Friday, July 10, 2009

Oven-Fried Summer Squash

The three summer squash that I picked from the garden weren't enough to make a side dish for the whole family. Instead, I sliced them and made oven-fried summer squash for lunch. This was a quick-and-easy prep: I dipped the slices in water before dredging them in seasoned bread crumbs. I placed them on an oiled toaster-oven pan and baked them in the toaster oven at about 400 degrees until they were done.

These hadn't yet gotten crisp, but we were too hungry to wait!

I like these with a horseradish sauce. I didn't want to open a container of sour cream, though, so I used the grated horseradish straight out of the bottle. Yum!

This is an inexpensive lunch, and could even be a healthy snack. For more frugal tips, click over to Frugal Friday.


  1. Those look fab! I will definitely be trying this recipe this week. Thank you for sharing!

  2. These look so delicious! I'll have to try them as soon as I can!


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