Garden Bounty Summer Saute

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Some of the best flavors encountered are those that are just thrown together, allowed to mingle until the flavors unite to create a beautiful, melt in your mouth dish of summer squash, zucchini, fresh tomatoes, garlic, mushrooms, sweet onion and herbs. A dirt cheap dish with sensational flavor!
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You’ll Need:
1 Small Zucchini
1 or 2 small summer Squash
4 oz of Mushrooms (Whatever kind you like)
1 Medium Vidalia Onion, Sliced Thinly
2-3 Large tomatoes, Diced or 1 can diced tomatoes, with juice
2 tsp. Minced Garlic
1 1/2 tsp Italian Seasoning
1 T. Olive oil or butter
Garlic Salt & Pepper

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Cut the zucchini, summer squash into spears and then slice. Cut the mushrooms into quarters.
Melt butter (or heat oil) in a large skillet, add onion slices and saute until nearly translucent. Add Zucchini and summer squash and continue to saute over medium heat, stirring occasionally. After 4-5 minutes of sauteing, add diced tomatoes, italian seasoning and minced garlic. Continue to saute for 3-4 minutes. Add Mushrooms and saute for 2-3 more minutes or until mushrooms are fully heated through, but NOT mushy!

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Sprinkle lightly with Garlic salt and fresh black pepper before serving.

Serve as is or over hot egg noodles (or Rice) or serve with a Baked Potato.

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Leftover Ideas: This is also delicious in flour tortillas with a little bit of shredded mozzarella cheese for quick lunch.

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Filled with an insatiable wanderlust to see the world, I've dedicated most of my life to saving money where I can so I can afford to see and do the things I want. I dug our family out of debt by reducing our grocery expense to less than $300 a month. You can too!

1 Comment

  1. Thanks for this one, I’ve been trying to figure out what to do with all of the summer squash and zucchini I have. It doesn’t seem to freeze well and we’re tired of grilling it.

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