Servings: four to six as a side dish.
Part salsa, part side dish. This bright-tasting sauté of zucchini, corn, and peppers is a good partner to grilled fish, chicken, or steak. With the addition of some cheese and a sliver of ripe avocado, you get a wonderful filling for quesadillas and soft tacos. I often vary the heat, from mild to spicy, by adding a little chile paste.
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Excellent use of summer squash and corn! Lots of prep but worth the effort. I cut back on the salt suggested and it turned out fine.
Great use for summer farmer's market vegetables-and healthy to boot. Next time I will use only one jalapeno or cut out the chili powder, and not salt as often as the recipe calls for.
This dish is an absolute celebration of summer vegetables! For extra flavor and kick, add 12 teaspoon Bittersweet Smoked Spanish along with the chili powder. Try it as a main dish served with naan, pita, or tortillas.
One of my favorite summer side dishes. Delicious!
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