This flavorful coulis can be used as a dip for fritters, finger foods, and grilled sandwiches, as a sauce for appetizers or main courses, or as a condiment. In the summer and fall, you can make it with vine-ripened tomatoes. In the winter and spring, use organic canned tomatoes. Either way, this is a versatile, delicious, and indispensable sauce.
Try serving the coulis as a dipping sauce for these succulent pan-fried zucchini flowers or these zucchini fritters with sweet basil.
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These little fritters are the quintessential summer appetizer or hors d’oeuvre. Adults love them, kids love them, even picky eaters love them. They’re as addictive as they are easy to prepare. The basil leaves become crispy as they fry, while the lemon zest adds a bit of zing to the batter.
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Ingredients: 2 pounds zukes salt 1 onion 1/2 cup whole wheat flour 2 eggs salt and pepper 1. Wash zukes.2. Grate with onto a cloth. Sprinkle with salt and ignore for ten minutes.3. Twist cloth to squeeze out most of the water.4. Grate onion and ...