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Squash And Zucchini Stir Fry

posted in Food & Drink > Recipes
04/17/2016
  • Start by cutting up two zucchini's and two squash's. Then add them in layers to a pan with a half a stick of melted butter. Add the first layer of zucchini then a layer of garlic salt. Then, a layer of squash with another layer of garlic salt. Continue the layering until everything's in the pan. 
    Start by cutting up two zucchini's and two squash's. Then add them in layers to a pan with a half a stick of melted butter. Add the first layer of zucchini then a layer of garlic salt. Then, a layer of squash with another layer of garlic salt. Continue the layering until everything's in the pan. 
  • In another pan, melt a half a stick of butter  then add your mushrooms and a heavy layer of garlic salt. 
    In another pan, melt a half a stick of butter  then add your mushrooms and a heavy layer of garlic salt. 
  • Have the squash, zucchini, and the mushrooms cooking until they get a burn on them. This could take 45 mins on a higher temperature of heat. 
    Have the squash, zucchini, and the mushrooms cooking until they get a burn on them. This could take 45 mins on a higher temperature of heat. 
  • After a slight burn on everything, put the mushrooms, zucchini and squash into a casserole pan. Place aluminum foil over the top and put in the oven for an hour until it looks crisp. Then, serve! 
    After a slight burn on everything, put the mushrooms, zucchini and squash into a casserole pan. Place aluminum foil over the top and put in the oven for an hour until it looks crisp. Then, serve! 

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