Sicilian Zucchini Boats

Sicilian Zucchini Boats

I’m sharing a recipe today that I found online and have loved so much that I’ve made it multiple times – Sicilian Zucchini Boats! Once you make this once or twice, you get the hang of it and can cater it to your taste or eyeball the amount of ingredients. For the exact recipe measurements, you can click on the link above to the recipe I follow.

For the recipe, you will need:

  • zucchinis (halved)
  • salt
  • plum tomato (diced)
  • garlic clove (chopped)
  • parsley (I only use this if I already have it on hand)
  • crumbled feta (I have used block feta before and just crumbled it up myself)
  • panko
  • olive oil

First, halve the zucchinis and scoop out the flesh. Make sure to not scoop out so much that you accidentally break the skin – leave a border. In a bowl mix together the filling – tomato, garlic, parsley, feta, olive oil, and salt.

Place the zucchini halves on a baking sheet, cut side up, and sprinkle with salt. Spoon in the filling and sprinkle with panko and olive oil.

Bake at 350 for approximately 25 minutes or until tender. This depends on the size of your zucchini. Sometimes I turn the broiler on for a minute before I take the zucchini out, but it depends on whether they look brown enough already.

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These are so good and easy to make! I haven’t had these in a while and definitely need to make them again soon in my new kitchen!

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