Nothing says early autumn harvest like a cast iron pan full of buttery succotash.
A staple side dish in the south, this easy recipe is full of flavor and uses all of the veggies you'll have in plenty toward mid-September.
If you've never tried Succotash
, you're going to want to add it to your menu! It's totally, wildly delicious!
To make a pan full of succotash, all you've got to do it melt several tablespoons of butter in a hot skillet:
Toss in some diced onions, and cook them until they start to turn translucent:
Add some diced zucchini. If you even attempted a garden, you've probably got plenty of zucchini. And, to be honest, this is one of the yummiest ways to enjoy it!
Once the zucchini is softened, a scoop of fresh or frozen sweet corn goes into the skillet.
Cook and sizzle until the corn is hot, then serve immediately with a generous sprinkling of salt and pepper.
More Stuff to Do with Zucchini
I know, I know. Zucchini everything
this time of year. But if you've got an abundance, there's only one thing to do -- use it up! Here are a few recipes to get you cookin':
For more inspiring ways to use zucchini, hit up our Top Rated Zucchini Recipes
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How to you use up your zucchini harvest?