- Wash and slice the zucchini into rounds
- Store the zucchini in portion size ziplock bags or other freezer safe container and store in the freezer
- When ready to use, remove from the freezer and let thaw
The quality of the ingredients you use to prepare each dish will ultimately impact their flavor. Knowing how to cook a dish is not all that goes into making great food. Choosing the right ingredients is just as important.
Zucchini is really versatile, known in our home as the Bubba Gump of vegetables. Boiled zucchini, zucchini fritters, zucchini bread and muffins, stuffed zucchini, zucchini vegetable medley, fried zucchini, sauteed zucchini.... If you want to venture into growing your own food, zucchini is an excellent place to start because it's so easy to grow. One thing that you'll realize, however, is that once the plant begins to produce, you may end up with more zucchini than you can eat. The good news is that this vegetable is even easier to freeze than it is to grow and with little effort you can have a winter's worth of zucchini in the freezer for all of your favorite dishes.