- Organic reduced fat milk
- Filtered water
- Organic tomato paste
- Organic evaporated cane juice
- Sea salt
- Sodium citrate
- Organic rice flour
- Organic cheese flavor
- Organic garlic powder
- Organic onion powder
- Organic white pepper
So my kids have colds....more my daughter than my son and I needed to pull off a relatively healthy, easy to make and one I knew they would eat with no hassle meal. So this is what I did.
First I diced up A LOT of garlic, like an entire head. I sauteed about a third of it in a little butter in a soup pot until garlic was soft and then added the soup (2 containers), a couple of grinds of pepper and a handful of chopped basil and parsley from my backyard. And let it warm up
In another pan I sauteed the rest of the garlic over medium high heat in more butter and once fragrant added sticks of zucchini and a pinch of salt
I let it all brown a little, turning it over occasionally so they all took turns on the bottom and were all nicey coated with the garlic butter. Then I put on the lid on, turned the heat down to low medium and then them soften and cook through.
I had forgotten how much I like zucchini like this. We grill it in the summer time and now with the weather cooling down (not today!!, geez its hot out there) I am starting to shift back into in door cooking mode. It is one of the few reasons I like fall.
*leftovers - use the zucchini for a frittata!!