Thread: Yellow Squash?
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Old 06-04-2009, 02:25 PM   #5
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If you want to freeze them, I think you'd need to blanch them first. Here's a web site with some instructions (and even pictures!):

One of my favorite foods growing up was sauteed tomatoes, yellow squash, and green bell peppers, in a little olive oil. The red, yellow, and green looks so bright and colorful together. You could use canned tomatoes if you wanted (I'd use ones that are whole or in big pieces, and drain them). It's really good with parmesan cheese on top!

Last week I bought a yellow squash and a zucchini. I used half of each in a pasta dish with tomato sauce. I used the rest in taco filling - I cooked ground turkey, mixed with taco seasoning and black beans, then added sauteed yellow squash, zucchini, onions, and peppers.
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