You'll be loving these exciting recipes when yellow squash goes berserk at the farmers markets and grocery stores.
"This recipe was created to use up a large amount of squash we were given," says Tigray. "It satisfies my husband's low-carb diet and tastes great!"
"A great, quick vegetarian dish that includes yellow squash, zucchini, and tofu, making for a beautifully-colored dish," says malevolentglitter.
"These quesadillas make great appetizers or a quick and healthy meal," says Jennifer Baker. "Serve while hot with your favorite salsa, sour cream, and guacamole."
"I love squash but wanted a new recipe with fewer calories," says Katrinika. "I came up with a bunch of pasta recipes. So I thought, why not substitute yellow squash for pasta? And it worked! All the ingredients can be prepared in advance and refrigerated until ready to cook. Long, slender young squash make for the best texture."
"Pan-fried zucchini, yellow squash, and carrot cakes, with golden crispy edges and tender insides," says MooShell. "These make great dippers. You would never know that these nutritious fritters amount to eating your vegetables."
Try these with any squash, and your favorite filling, for an instant classic!
"Need to sneak some vegetables by a picky eater?" asks Jennie. "These empanadas are the perfect vehicle for spicing up vegetables. Use homemade dough if you want, but for those short on time as we all usually are, store-bought pie crust works great."
For this quick-and-easy omelet, you'll zoodle squash and cook it with spinach and cilantro and top with egg and mozzarella cheese.
"Look for the yellowest tomatoes and the brightest yellow squash for this soup-inspired dip," says SandyG. "As the dip rests, it may give off liquid, which can be drained if you like."