Monday, August 30, 2010

Food Adventures {Squash Blossoms}

If you truly are what you eat, I think I'd choose to be a squash blossom.  Unique, unexpected, and easy on the eyes, I imagine these beautiful little blooms could tempt just about anyone.  What would you be loves?

Fried Squash Blossoms 
Heat canola oil to 375 degrees.
Meanwhile in a food processor mix ricotta cheese with egg yolk, grated cheese, 4 garlic cloves, lemon zest and parsley. Season to taste. Transfer to a piping bag. Gently open each blossom and pipe in filling. Twist the end to close. Refrigerate.
Combine flour, cornstarch and seltzer. Season to taste. Dip stuffed blossoms in batter and fry until golden. Serve with tomato sauce. 

Fresh Squash Blossoms 
Mix ricotta cheese, grated cheese (such as parmesan or pecorino romano), minced garlic, lemon zest, and fresh parsley.  Stuff blossoms and enjoy! 

{via Hither and Thither and Sunday Suppers}
shari @ little blue deer said...

Very cool! Just don't make a necklace out of them, too hippy dippy for my taste! XX!

this free bird said...

These look so good I want to jump in the picture and eat 'em all!!

How you hanging in there lady?

xoxo,
Carrie

Kaleena J. said...

Hm, very interesting!

bananas. said...

never had them but i'm intrigued!

they are gorgeous! almost don't want to eat them.

Roxy Te Owens said...

So pretty, right? I don't even know where to find these little guys. Tips?!

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