Zucchini Pasta Primavera!


Earth Angel Vegan’s Zucchini Pasta Primavera!  Summer is finally here and so are the fresh zucchini!  I got the first one out of my garden and had to make my favorite pasta topping! It is so simple to make.  You need a nice (not too large) zucchini, a fresh sweet onion and red bell pepper and a can of stewed tomatoes.  I think using a mandolin for cutting the veggies all the same size makes the dish taste better but if you don’t have one use a knife and cut everything as thin as possible.

Start with your best non stick pan… I love my Scan Pan!  Slice veggies thin!

1 medium or 2 small zucchini

1/2 large sweet onion

1/2 red bell pepper

a few splashes of water

1 can of stewed tomatoes (make sure no oil)

2 Tablespoons Wildtree Garlic Galore  (or 2 minced cloves)

3/4 pound of brown rice penne cooked according to package directions.  (put the pasta on right after starting the veggies in the skillet)

In your skillet add the zucchini, then onions, then bell pepper and seasoning.  Over medium heat let the veggies start to release their own water and stir occasionally.  Add some splashes of water when they start to stick to the bottom of the pan.  As soon as some of the zucchini starts to turn translucent add the can of tomatoes.  Turn to low and stir frequently adding a little bit of water at a time as needed to keep the sauce moist and juicy until the veggies are tender.

When pasta is done toss it with the vegetable mixture!

About Wildtree Garlic Galore: Wildtree makes all natural organic and preservative spice blends.  The Garlic Galore is so flavorful that I use it in so many dishes.  The ingredients are: organic garlic, organic onion, sea salt, organic parsley, citric acid, organic basil and organic black pepper.

If you would like to purchase Wildtree Garlic Galore please go to http://www.mywildtree.com/gerri

You can shop and pay on this site and your items will come to your door.  I also recommend the balsamic vinegars and the Absolutely Onion Seasoning Blend.  They also make a Worcestershire sauce that is VEGAN


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