Top Rated Roasted Zucchini Recipes

Pan-Seared Salmon with Mexican Squash Salsa
When farmers markets are brimming with sublime summer squash and sweet, juicy corn, it's only natural to wish that summer could go on forever. Alas, everything comes and goes in the end, and that means it's important to make the most of what's out there before it's all gone. So here's a quick, simple, and delicious dinner idea for a busy weeknight. See all zucchini recipes. Click here to see Sensational Summer Squash Recipes.
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“This is a very quick and insanely good version of a ratatouille, which was a classic in my house growing up. I use the broiler instead of the oven to cook the zucchini quickly and to impart maximum smoky-sweet flavor.I eat this on its own with salad and some quinoa or bread, but if you want to make it a hearty meal, you could add some grilled halloumi or baked ricotta (see page 90). Leftovers are amazing in sandwiches or an omelet.Preheat your broiler to high and get all your ingredients and equipment together. For this recipe, it really speeds things up to have a food processor with a grating attachment. If not, a box grater will do”- Anna JonesRecipe reprinted with permission from A Modern Way to Cook: 150+ Vegetarian Recipes for Quick, Flavor-Packed Meals  by Anna Jones, copyright © 2016. Photography by Matt Russell. Published by Ten Speed Press, an imprint of Random House LLC.” 
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Pasta Salad with Heirloom Tomatoes
This cold pasta is a summer festival in a bowl: delicious, crunchy sweet corn; earthy pan-roasted zucchini, refreshing fresh herbs, salty feta cheese… and most of all, the amazingly flavorful heirlooms. The Black Russian, Pruden’s Purple, or any red heirloom beefsteak tomatoes will be marvelous in this dish. See all tomato recipes. Click here to see 15 Tastiest Heirloom Tomato Recipes.
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A flavorful, filling, and healthy dish, this recipe works well as a side or an appetizer. Serve it with grilled fish or an assortment of summery salads. While I used yellow (or commonly called golden) zucchini in this recipe because my farmers' market ran out of green, you can use either in this recipe. 
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