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. Oh heavens! These look divine!


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


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