Make Grated Vegetable Mixtures With Your Garden Surplus

Freeze excess summer veggies in grated vegetable mixtures to use later in soups, stir-fries, omelets and a variety of other dishes.

| June/July 2012

  • Veggies
    Keep grated vegetable mixtures for colorful and flavorful additions to soups and stews.
    ILLUSTRATION: FOTOLIA/GRUPPO VERDURE

  • Veggies

During summer, when the squash and carrots are plentiful, I grate zucchini, yellow squash and carrots, mix them together and put 1-cup portions into zip-top plastic bags to freeze.

I use these grated vegetable mixtures in stews, soups and stir-fries. The mixture is also good in omelets and with ramen noodles. I’ve also found zucchini is great in spaghetti and other tomato-based recipes, such as chili or goulash.

Donna Mosby
Ketchum, Oklahoma



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