Summer Squash Recipes

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Summer Squash Recipes

By The Paula Deen Test Kitchen
             
  • Cheesy Squash Casserole

                   

    A cheesy casserole recipe chock-full of summer squash.

                 

             

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    Grilled Southern Panzanella Salad

                   

    Cornbread and fresh vegetables make this a hearty and filling salad.

                 

             

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    Easy Grilled Vegetables

                   

    Take it to the grill! It’s easy to grill your favorite vegetables.

                 

             

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    Spinach Stuffed Squash

                   

    Hosting a block party this summer? Impress your friends with this delicious and impressive-looking appetizer.

                 

             

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    Summer Squash Casserole

                   

    Another squash casserole recipe that we just had to share.

                 

             

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    Yellow Squash and Ham Soup

                   

    Nothing beats this easy soup that’ll be perfect for an easy lunch or simple supper.

                 

             

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Re all the squash recipes..when I was growing up my Mother would make squash patties. Cook squash and onion together with seasoning...mash all, mix with leftover cornbread and more seasoning to make a batter then fry in patties. When my two daughters were small my mother in law lived with us and she would just saute the squash in a skillet..they wouldn't touch it!! Then I thought, I'm going to try Mama's squash patties..they loved them and I contiue to make them like this. In place of the leftover corn bread I use herb seasoned bread crumbs, same that I use in meatloaf. Make a batter and fry. One summer my youngest was at some friends house and when she got home she had two sacks..one full of squash the other full of onion. I said what are you going to do?? She said we all want you to cook us up some squash patties!!! I counted, I fried over 50 squash patties and she said they ate them all and fought over the last one!!! One great thing is, you don't need very many squash, so if it is the beginning of the season and they are not many to go around, a few will make 6 or 7 with egg, bread crumbs and onions added. I cook the onions with the squash to be sure they are done. JUst old time recipe that still tastes good and works.. Keep up the good work Paula and team!!!!!!!!!!

By Ms Bobbye Wiley on April 18, 2014

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Love Paula!

By Mary Kadlec on August 10, 2013

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Paula, I made the most wonderful stuffed squash the other day that you would love. I'm just guessing at the amounts as I don't tend to measure. Also, I only cook for the two of us so that's why the amounts look so small: Yellow squash one hot pork sausage patty; cooked and crumbled Cheddar cheese herb stuffing mix 1 egg a couple of teaspoons of finely chopped onion salt and pepper a couple of pats of butter Parmesan cheese Slice squash in half lengthwise. Scoop out the inards and chop. Sautee onions and squash in skillet until just done. Season it. Mix with lightly beaten egg, sausage, cheese, and herb stuffing mix. Pack into squash halves and top with Parmesan cheese. Bake at 350 degrees for about 20 minutes. My husband barely even likes squash but he wolfed this down and asked for me.

By Tammy on July 09, 2012

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The Corned Beef and Cabbage recipe sounds so good. I am going to try it. I have some Cabbage from my garden and need to use it up before it goes bad. Thanks for the recipes Paula...Love your show and recipes.

By Virginia Card on July 03, 2012

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I was traying to find a good way to cook spagetti squash. There is a varity of squash that is called speghetti squash...when baked you scoup it out of the hull and it looks just like pasta. I have only found 2 ways to cook it. Looking for new ways to cook it!!! thank you!!!

By donna bradford on June 28, 2012

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I made the Cheesy Squash Casserole last year after seeing Paula make it on her show and it is delicious. I invited friends over and fixed it and was told that everything was "restaurant quality" and gave my friend this recipe as well as to others since. Really love your show and the newsletters. Thanks for everything, Paula. I went to visit my brother a few years ago (he is now deceased-reminded me of you and Bubba) and he was watching your show and told me, "This ole gal is pretty good" so I started watching you at home and I have to agree. I got a subscription to your magazine and also one for my friend and just renew her subscription for her birthday and Christmas. At our age, this is the best gift we can give each other. Diane

By Diane Chesson on June 15, 2011

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Hey Paula! Thank you so much for your wonderful recipes but most of all for being you! You are the brightest light in the darkest tunnel and you make my day! Cannot go a week without a Paula night 3 or 4 times a week!! I have all your condiments , oh my gosh, the cucumber ranch dressing is to die for! I want to drink it straight out of the bottle! I use it to dip vegetables and chicken, yummo! You are the whole package girlfriend, keep being blessed in all you do, much love from Byron!!!

By Lynn DeFore on June 10, 2011

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