Monday, May 20, 2013

Have Zucchini? Make this! {A Recipe from Love, Pasta, a Tool Belt}

**While I'm busy snuggling the little one and learning how to live on little sleep, I have some ladies stopping by and sharing with you guys! P.S. This recipe from Emily looks sooo good + easy**

Hey Everyone! My name is Emily and I blog over at Love, Pasta and a Tool Belt. I am so excited to be guest posting for Nicole while she gets to enjoy time with her new little bundle of joy! I blog about recipes, DIY crafts, home improvement projects and decor as my husband and I are newly married and enjoying making our first home together. 

Today I am going to share one of our absolute favorite recipes with you guys and it is just in time for trips to the farmers market, ours started last weekend but I have not gotten to go yet. Don’t let the word Zucchini deter you if you are picky, the meat and cheese make this recipe so yummy even for the pickiest of eaters (and I am one of those).


Ingredients:
-1/2 lb. sausage or ground beef (I always use ground beef but it’s your choice!)
-4 cups thinly sliced Zucchini (2 big ones)
-Onion (I usually leave the onion out because I hate chopping onions)
-1/2 cup margarine
-2 T. parsley flakes
-1/2 t. salt
-1/2 t. pepper
-1/4 t. garlic powder
-1/4 t. basil
-1/4 t. oregano
-2 eggs
-1 8 oz pkg. mozzarella cheese
-1 pkg. Pillsbury crescent dinner rolls
Instructions:
-Brown ground beef
-Separately- cook and stir thinly sliced Zucchini, chopped onion, and 1/2 cup margarine for 10 minutes
-Stir in -parsley, salt, pepper, garlic powder, basil and oregano
-Add and combine 2 beaten eggs, mozzarella cheese and browned ground beef
Crust: Line pie tin with crescent rolls and place in oven at 350 for 10 minutes to pre-cook the crust
-Pour mixture into crust
-Bake at 350 for 18-20 minutes
-Let stand 10 minutes before serving
We normally enjoy this recipe with rice on the side. It tastes great when you mix it in with rice. I hope you all can enjoy this delicious recipe! Visit my blog to see other yummy recipes, craft projects and home improvement ideas. Thanks for reading! 

**Thank you Emily for sharing this recipe with my readers today! I hope you all go and visit her blog and say hello :)**
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