30 Oct 2012 4 Comments
When it comes to my garden, my motto is “eat what’s blooming.” So, with my zucchini in full bloom, I came up with a little comfort sauce for my pasta. Now I prefer roasted zucchini, but since I’ve already had that three times this month, I decided to try something new. While making pasta and red sauce for the family, I decided to have mine with zucchini. Mind you, I’m the only one in the family who cares for zucchini, but we have an entire bed of the stuff because I am the head gardener which means I get a say in what grows where. Leadership has its privileges.
Anyhoo, this sauce is easy and delicious and can be expounded upon exponentially (can you tell my daughter is learning algebra?). The ingredients are zucchini, garlic, tomatoes, basil and parsley.
Olive oil and butter, too, but I can’t grow those in the garden. The basil I used is cinnamon basil, but plain old sweet basil is also delicious (yes, I’ve made this twice, now). More