I never knew the existence of zucchini (also known as squash or courgette) until I had DD1 (that was about 8 years ago). While googling for some toddler recipes, I came across this interesting ingredient - zucchini, and decided to hunt it down in Singapore. After visiting several supermarkets, I finally found it. When I first cooked this in DD1's porridge, I fell in love with it. From that moment, I've been cooking zucchini often.
To me, I feel that zucchini is a very western food as they are mainly cooked/baked in bread, cakes, casseroles, stuffed recipes, soups etc... I decided to cook zucchini the Chinese way, which is just stir fry.
Stir Fry Zucchini
3 slices of bacon, shredded
1 onion, shredded
1 zucchini, diced1 tsp sugar
salt to taste
- Heat pan on medium heat and toss in bacon, fry till fragrant.
- Add onion and cook till soft.
- Add in diced zucchini and mix well in the pan. Pour in some water and allow the entire mixture to simmer till zucchini turn soft. Add sugar, mix well.
- Lastly, add salt to taste.
Bacon and onion.. hmmm....
My Aunt likes to stir fry this sliced, with dried prawns.
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Looks nice! I noticed that you didn't take out the seeds, won't the dish be "flooded" later?
Wendy, not so chinese hor? :P Will try out your auntie's method next time and see which one my kids prefer.
muimui, I just bought 4 punnets today, 2 for $4.99.
Meldylocks, the seeds were still intact. Maybe I didn't cook it long enough for it to flood. The zucchini is still crunchy when we bite into it.
Thank you for the inspiration! I was just wondering what to do with my leftover zuchinni... Blogger socialising really is a wonderful free exchange of ideas =)
Clare, you are right! I'm glad I started blogging and made some cyber friends.
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