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Called "Summer Squash" because of its late summer peak in freshness, this yellow squash is also available year-round in many places. Yellow inside and out, the squash (which doesn't need to be peeled) is delicious prepared a number of ways. It can be grilled, pan-fried, broiled, sauteed, etc. Yellow summer squash is low in fat and carbohydrates and contains Vitamin C, making it a healthy choice!
photo: CDKitchen Made with black pepper, salt, sugar, yellow squash, water, onion, margarine, tomatoes, mushroom pieces, green chiles stovetop Pan-Grilled Summer Squash
photo: CDKitchen Yellow squash and zucchini are cooked with onions, garlic, and fresh basil. stovetop Sauteed Yellow Squash
photo: CDKitchen Made with chives, olive oil, butter, red bell pepper, yellow squash, salt and freshly-ground black pepper, fresh parsley stovetop Buttery Squash photo: hotcookingguy Made with black pepper, salt, onion, yellow squash, sliced into 1/2-inch rounds, butter Yellow Squash Casserole Made with cracker crumbs, egg, butter, yellow squash, onion, salt, water, cheddar cheese, whole milk oven, stovetop
Yellow Squash With Kale Made with black pepper, water or vegetable stock, kale, olive oil, yellow summer squash, garlic, salt, fresh thyme, dried thyme stovetop Skillet Squash And Potatoes Made with salt and pepper, paprika, potatoes, onions, vegetable oil, yellow summer squash stovetop
Squash and Zucchini Casserole Made with olive oil, Parmesan cheese, yellow squash, zucchini, parsley, oregano, cheddar/mozzarella cheese oven
Shredded Yellow Squash Made with chicken-flavored bouillon granules, yellow squash, margarine, dried oregano, garlic powder microwave