City on a grain of salt. Tuzla means a place of salt and it lays on top of the salt lake. It is suspected it has been there for around 7000 years as one of the oldest places in Europe.

Saturday, August 05, 2006

Zucchini or courgette

Zucchini or courgette, very tasty and popular vegetable here, especially for the hot summer days.
Speciality here is pastry with zucchini, very light and tasty.

Have a light and easy weekend.


Blogger edwin s said...

Hi Jazzy, Good to have you posting so many excellent shots. all so different.

05 August, 2006 17:25  
Blogger Juggerpix said...

Hmmm... zucchini. Actually, my favorite zucchini recipe is a zucchini bread.

That seems to be a persistent zucchini plant, I've only ever seen them growing along the ground!

05 August, 2006 20:40  
Blogger Lisi said...

I like zucchini too and these ones are really long......I guess they can't really go on supermarket's shelf ;-)

06 August, 2006 08:48  
Blogger Anne said...

One of the few vegetable I actually eat! Thanks for sharing this photo :) It looks so different when cooked! ;-)

06 August, 2006 09:19  
Blogger Louise said...

I love zucchini too. we tend to only grow/ buy shorter green ones.

06 August, 2006 11:07  
Blogger Passante said...

What is the recipe for pastry with zucchini? Is it like a quiche?

06 August, 2006 17:27  
Blogger Kala said...

zuchinni is one of my fav vegetables ! Iwish I could try some of that pastry thingy!

06 August, 2006 23:37  
Blogger Jazzy said...

Thank you all for stopping by, much appreciated. This photo is taken at my father’s friend, he likes to play with plants in his garden so he hung up zucchinis on the tree and they grew longer.

Passante - recipe for zucchini pastry:

7 big spoons of corn meal (I like coarse corn meal)
2 big spoons of white meal-powder
1 small spoon of salt
2 eggs
1 big spoon of olive oil
1/2 glass of milk
200 ml = 7 oz of yogurt
1/4 small spoon of baking powder
3-4 small zucchinis or 1 if its bigger shred

After you shredded zucchinis mix all the ingredients together. Use bigger tin and spread some olive oil all over it, heat it on the highest temperature and when it's hot take it out, pour the ingredients (it shouldn't be too thick) and bake it till it's golden.

Hope some of you will find this recipe delicious.

Bon Appétit

07 August, 2006 12:12  
Blogger Kala said...

what a great recipe!
I always like to see how it should look so I know is tight - post a pic of pastry? =)

07 August, 2006 13:49  
Blogger Kala said...

right not tight hehe sorry for typo err

07 August, 2006 13:50  
Blogger Jazzy said...

Kala - I will definitely make it in the next few days and post it.

07 August, 2006 14:46  
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02 November, 2007 05:28  

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