Sunday, July 27, 2008

Parsley Fried Squash

Being from the south I can't help but be a true southern girl.  I definitely integrate some southern flare in a lot of my dishes.  Southern style food, as we all know, is known for having a lot of fried style dishes and squash is not exception.
I have grown up on squash in various forms.  It is one of my favorite veggies; I love it fried, boiled, on salads...pretty much in any form.  We had gotten some fresh squash from my hubby's dad's garden and so I decided I would fry this batch up.  Instead of doing the traditional cornmeal and flour I decided to add some herbs to give it a change.  It turned out wonderful and the small addition of herbs made such a difference!





Parsley Fried Squash


Ingredients:
1 Cup milk
1/2 Cup cornmeal
1/2 Cup flour
Salt and Pepper- to taste
1/2-1 Tablespoon parsely
Oil for frying


Directions:


 Preheat oil in medium to large skillet on low-medium heat. 




Clean and thinly slice squash.  In medium bowl combine flour, cornmeal, parsley, salt and pepper.  In separate bowl pour milk.  Dip squash in milk, toss in flour mixture and then place in frying pan. 




Fry until both sides are golden brown.
Remove from oil, place on plate covered with a paper towel.




Recipe Source: A Lynsey Original

1 comment:

Joelen said...

Ya gotta love anything fried! I haven't fried squash before - usually I just grill, roast or saute. I just might have to try this!

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