Friday, October 1, 2010

Foodie Friday: Zucchini Casserole

Keeping with last week's theme of recipes "passed down" to me, I'd like to share one from my mother-in-law, Julie. She told me this is a recipe from her mother. I love it!

  • In saucepan, cook 6 cups sliced squash and ¼ cup chopped onion for five minutes, then drain:
  • Combine 1 can cream of mushroom soup (original recipe called for cream of chicken), 1 cup sour cream, and 1 cup shredded carrot:
  • Fold in the squash/onion:
  • In a separate bowl, combine 8 oz package herb seasoned stuffing mix, ½ cup melted butter:
  • Spread half of the stuffing mix into a 12x7 pan, spoon the veggie mix on top, then spread the rest of the stuffing over all.

  • Bake at 350° for 30 minutes until the top is toasty brown:

Linked up at Vegetarian Foodie Fridays at Breastfeeding Moms Unite!, Foodie Friday at Designs by Gollum, Fight Back Friday at Food Renegade, Friday Food at Momtrends, Food on Friday at Ann Kroeker, Wholesome Whole Foods at Health Food Lover, Friday Favorites at Simply Sweet Home, and Recipe Swap at Prairie Story.

9 comments:

  1. Very delicious and very familiar! This was also my Aunt Madie's squash casserole, with the addition of a can of chopped green chiles, drained. That would be your great-great-aunt, I guess!

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  2. We grow a lot of different squash in our garden, so squash recipe's always interest me. Your recipe sounds great.
    Thank you...

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  3. This is full of processed food:(

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  4. This recipe is about 80% vegetables, although I suppose you could argue that they were processed by the soil in my friends' gardens....

    If you have a good cream of mushroom soup recipe, I'd love for you to share it here!

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  5. I never grew up eating casseroles with sour cream and cream soup in them but once when I was living with a roommate in college she made something like this and I LOVED it! It was my school days away from home comfort food. Thanks for sharing this at Vegetarian Foodie Fridays!

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  6. This sounds good and a great way to serve carrots to those carrot haters in the family. Thanks.

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  7. I'm so going to give this a try. I love zucchini but have never actually had it with carrot. Thank you for sharing! ~Alison

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  8. I'm all for organic simplicity, but sometimes you've gotta have that Pepperidge Farm!!

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  9. This sounds so good! Thanks for linking up for Friday Favorites!

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