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September 08, 2013


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Frank @Memorie di Angelina

Personally, I've always liked zucchini, even as a kid. But then, I was a particularly un-picky eater back then.

True, however, that they can get a bit monotonous—I like how you've shaken things up with a really unusual take on that ubiquitous summer vegetable.


Voglio tutto... dalle zucchine con il mio amato curry (io ci ho insaporito le polpette postate per questo WHB) alla pasta con i fiori di calendula!
Queste son sicura che le farò e rifarò! :)
Bacioni e grazie del contributo!


tutto scorre, tutto scorre e passa via, il bello e anche il brutto.
mi piace questo modo di fare le zucchine, posso provare?
posso provare.
un abbraccio

Simona Carini

You are right, Frank, and that's why every summer I experiment with them, so boredom does not set it.

Sono contenta di non essere sola nella mia predilezione per il curry. Ti consiglio di piantare delle calendule: i fiori, oltre ad avere un bel colore allegro, sono davvero comodi in cucina.

Certo che puoi provare, Sandra. (E si spera che il brutto passi via piu' rapidamente del bello ;)


I think I converted from zucchini hater to lover in my early 20's.... And glad I did. Great recipe!

diary of a tomato

Love the idea of turning the leftovers into another meal!

Simona Carini

Thanks, Katie. We are fellow "happy converts" then ;)

Ciao Debra. I am also all for creative reuse of leftovers.


This is special, rarely seen curry stir fry, but I like it. Guess it is not spicy, probably some paprika and baked sesame for garnish would be nice. :)

Simona Carini

I like your suggestions! I need to be mindful of heat because of family preferences, but will definitely try the sesame seed idea. Thanks!

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