Meanwhile, I know you have been sitting on the edge of your seat wondering what happened with the zucchini from my Z post ;) Well, here you go...
Day 1 - House full of teens that messed up my fancy stuffed zucchini plans. I did grill the zucchini but stuck it in the fridge for stuffing for dinner the next day.
Day 2 - Late getting home from work and errands, relieved I didn't have to worry about an A-Z post for the first time in a month. Grabbed a rotisserie chicken at the deli and a six pack of beer, made stove top stuffing and canned green beans - who cares about zucchini, I just wanted to relax!
Day 3 - That freakin' zucchini is still in the fridge. I better do something with it before I have to throw it away. *digging in the fridge to throw something together*
For those of you who were around when Seaside Simplicity was just a food blog, you know the word simplicity represented easy shortcut meals from an overworked mom. I'm working on making simplicity a way of life not just a way of cooking, but for now here's another one of those simple but delicious meals...
Simple Stuffed Zucchini
1 pound cooked spicy ground sausage
1 cup prepared packaged stuffing
Cut zucchini in half, scoop out center of each. Brush zucchini halves with olive oil and grill face down medium high heat for about 5 minutes.
Meanwhile, cook ground spicy sausage, drain. Combine sausage with 1 cup of prepared stuffing.
Stuff the zucchini halves with the sausage/stuffing mixture. Bake at 350 or place back on grill until golden brown and zucchini is tender. Eat and enjoy!
It may not be fancy but it sure was good. Cheers!