Greek Feta Zucchini
Updated: May 24, 2020
Thick zucchini wheels, marinated in tangy Greek dressing, then dusted with herbs and creamy Feta cheese, before quick broiling.
3 thick zucchini squash
One 16 oz. bottle of Greek dressing
2 TBSN dried oregano
2 TBSN dried rosemary
One 6 oz. container of crumbled Feta cheese
8 oz. shredded Parmesan cheese
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Small mixing bowl, sharp knife, measuring spoons, measuring cups, large baking sheet, parchment paper, large ziplock bag,
Prep: 10 min, marinade overnight
Cook: 10-15 min. Ready: 30 min Serves: 4-6
1. Cut zucchini into 1” thick wheels.
2. Place zucchini wheels in large ziplock bag. Pour Greek dressing onto the zucchini, seal, and allow to refrigerate and marinate overnight.
3. Drain zucchini in a colander.
4. Preheat oven to broil. Cover baking sheet with parchment paper.
5. Place 1/2 teaspoon of Parmesan cheese beneath each wheel of zucchini
6. Once all zucchini wheels are placed on baking sheet, season with oregano and rosemary. Spoon teaspoon of Feta cheese on top of each wheel.
7. Broil wheels on top rack for 10-15 minute, until Feta is slightly browned.
8. Sit for 5 minutes before serving.
Total Fat: 1.7g
Saturated Fat: 0.7g
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