Healthy Zucchini and Kielbasa Dish
Updated: Jan 23
This is my favorite go to summer meal (one skillet dish) when we have an abundant zucchini harvest. When the freezer has several loaves of zucchini bread for winter, or when I've dehydrated zucchini chips, incorporating these lovely vegetables into baked dishes is healthy and fun. With just a few ingredients, you can make this delicious one-pot meal in just under 15 minutes.
I used a spiralizer to make the zucchini noodles. Let me tell you, the spiralizer is a must have! You can make fun, easy and healthy side dishes with this easy to use apparatus. Serves 4
3 medium zucchinis
1 package of kielbasa
4 green onions
handful of basil
1 Tbsp. of olive oil
salt and pepper to taste
1) slice the kielbasa
2) slice the green onions
3) in a large skillet, (I used a cast iron Lodge skillet), heat the oil, and then add the onion and kielbasa, and pan fry the until kielbasa until it is browned.
4) slice or spiralize the zucchini
5) add zucchini and basil to the skillet
6) cook down until the zucchini is soft, stirring frequently
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