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Discussion in 'Egg, Chicken, & Other Favorite Recipes' started by redhen, Jul 22, 2010.
Any ideas? Thanks
I've never had much luck freezing raw squash, it always comes out watery and limp.
Hopefully someone will have a better way!
Quote:Thanks! Thats what i'm worrying about..it coming out watery...
I was thinking of freezing it for later use..for something like zucchini bread or something....
Not sure if that would work though...
Ive shredded zucchini and frozen it. I use it for zucchini bread and sautee it with onions and garlic. It is not crispy though.
I drained mine for what seemed like forever, then used it in a casserole. It was a puddle. The ducks didn't even like it.
Shred it, squeeze out as much "water" as you can, and freeze in baggies for your fav bread portions (usually 2 cups).
DH doesn't like actual zucchini, but he like bread, so I just store it like this for when I feel like making bread Not good frozen for much else, but it does still does make good bread.
Agreed. About the only way to use frozen zucchini is to pre-shred it into 2-cup portions for use in bread or other like recipe.
Quote:LOL... that'll be my luck..
Although..the pigs will eat anything... So if worse comes to worse...it wont go to waste.
Quote:Sounds good! Thanks for the info!
I guess i'll be shredding zuchs tonight..