In an effort to get creative with my already overflowing zucchini, I came up with another recipe I like. I was going to make zucchini hummus, but decided to try making a dressing using the blender instead, since it was out and the food processor wasn't! The result is great, simple and low fat. It could also be...
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Throw it all in the blender and blend until perfectly smooth. You may need to add a little water, the homegrown squashes have a higher water content than store bought. If you want soup, add a little more water. I am going to eat this on a salad of fresh greens, tomatoes, cucumbers and cauliflower with a little parsley on top and maybe an olive or two. It made alot, so I am going to try it on different combinations. Easy and delicious.

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By daniefon

In an effort to get creative with my already overflowing zucchini, I came up with another recipe I like. I was going to make zucchini hummus, but decided to try making a dressing using the blender instead, since it was out and the food processor wasn't! The result is great, simple and low fat. It could also be thinned to make a delicious soup. It's basically a thinned down, one step, hummus.

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you know, i just pureed a bunch of zucchini middles, what was leftover from making a humongous batch of zucchini noodles. i was wondering what i was going to do with it. and now i think i know! what a great idea, i would never have thought of sesame. do you think that tehini would work? thanks

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Tahini would work beautifully. I just didn't have any when I made this!

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This sounds nice: a creamy texture, yet lower in fat! Thanks!

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Tahini would work beautifully. I just didn't have any when I made this!

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you know, i just pureed a bunch of zucchini middles, what was leftover from making a humongous batch of zucchini noodles. i was wondering what i was going to do with it. and now i think i know! what a great idea, i would never have thought of sesame. do you think that tehini would work? thanks

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This sounds nice: a creamy texture, yet lower in fat! Thanks!

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