Every time I saw zucchini at a market or shop I couldn’t understand what this vegetable is for. Once I bought one piece of zucchini and made a salad… That was a big mistake to cook without any recipe, because the taste of the salad was awful and nobody continued eating it after the first and the last try.Some time past and I saw stuffed zucchini in a menu of a very good restaurant. I was rather surprised and risked – I ordered that dish. The taste simply charmed me. It was very nutritious and cheese in the stuffing made me fall in love with zucchini.Next day I was surfing the internet with one goal – to fine the recipe of stuffed zucchini and I managed to do that on this amazing blog.
The same day I cooked the zucchini I had bought the day before. In the evening our family got together at home and we had a new dish for dinner. I realized what a good cook I am after my guys’ praising me with each next piece of stuffed zucchini.The piquant taste of this dish doesn’t resemble any other. Try and cook it once and you will have a random party at your family dinner table.
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Stuffed Zucchini
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  1. zucchini – 3 large pieces
  2. ground beef – 1\2 lb
  3. chorizo sausage (chopped) – 1\4 cup
  4. cheddar cheese (shredded) – 1\2 cup
  5. feta cheese (chopped) – 1\4 cup
  6. small tomatoes (chopped) – 2 pieces
  7. pinch of cumin
  8. salt \ pepper to taste
  9. spaghetti sauce – 1\4 cup
  1. Your oven is preheated to 375 F degrees.
  2. Put the ground beef in a skillet and cook until it's not pink. Add the cumin, salt and pepper to the skillet and stir all the ingredients well. Add the chorizo sausage and spaghetti sauce - cook over medium heat for another 5 minutes.
  3. Wash zucchini and cut them lengthwise. Scoop out the flesh with a spoon
  4. Stuff each half of zucchini with the meat mixture. Put shredded cheese and tomatoes on the top.
  5. Bake the stuffed zucchini for 15 minutes.
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