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Lemon Pepper Zucchini

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Ingredients

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2 zucchinis — cut into 1/2-inch slices
2 tbsp lemon pepper
3 tbsp butter — melted

Nutritional information

94
calories
3.5 g
carbohydrates
1.3 g
protein
8.8 g
fat
757 mg
sodium
23 mg
cholesterol

Lemon Pepper Zucchini

Features:
  • Veg
Cuisine:
    • 30 mins
    • Serves 4
    • Easy

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    What’s the point of cooking if what you’re about to make will take a lifetime to conceptualize and arrange stuff, let alone gather everything together and shape the final dish? Lemon pepper zucchini is an ideal side dish that can be quickly made and accentuates the magic of any main dish that you plan to cook for the day.

    This culinary delight, as the name itself suggests, exploits the amazing combination of lemon spiced up with black pepper. It’s such a delicious combo you’ll find yourself using it time and again. It is one dish you can rustle up in a jiffy if you just had three ingredients in your kitchen pantry. Zucchinis are healthy and aid in weight loss. It is now time to add the delicious lemon pepper zucchini to your weight loss recipe list.

    Health Benefits

    Zucchini is a great source of vitamin C, fiber, and potassium as well. It supplies moderate amounts of protein as well.

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    How to make Lemon Pepper Zucchini

    • Preheat the oven to 200°C.
    • Lay the sliced zucchini on a baking sheet and slatherwith melted butter.
    • Add the lemon pepper seasoning.
    • Bake in the oven for 20-25 minutes or until tender whichever is earlier.

    Trivia

    • We bet you didn’t know how much people the world over like the humble zucchini. Grated zucchinis are used in cookies. Experts vouch for its nutritional benefits when consumed raw though.
    • Interestingly enough, zucchinis are called vegetables though technically they are really fruits! The zucchini flower is also edible.
    • The word “Zucchini” comes from the Italian word “zucca”, which means “squash”. Did you know that the largest zucchini weighed 65 lbs and was over 7 feet long?

    Emma King

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