Quick & Easy Recipe: Zucchini Pudding

Zucchini pudding on a plate (easy, quick dinner recipe, ready in 30 minutes)
Quick and Easy Dinner Recipe, Tasty and Healthy: Zucchini Pudding (Photo © Mira)

This recipe needs 5 minutes prep time and 25 minutes in the oven. And it only uses 4 ingredients + salt and white pepper, and, optionally, oregano.

So here’s what you need:

3 medium zucchini
3 eggs
1 bag of frozen shredded cheese (200 g/7 oz)
5 tbsp olive oil
4 pinches of salt
1 pinch white pepper

Preparation:

Cut the zucchini twice lengthwise and then dice them in cubes.
Beat the eggs.
Add the shredded cheese and olive oil.
Add the salt and white pepper.

Mix the ingredients and place them in a tray in the oven to bake for 25 minutes.

Quick & Easy Zucchini Pudding, with Only the Bare Minimum of Ingredients! (Photo © Mira)

Serve sprinkled with dry oregano—or, better, with easily available fresh herbs, such as dill or cilantro. It also goes well with a tomato spice mix.

Enjoy!

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Before you leave to make this recipe 🙂 :

Did you know that zucchini, which is so full of water, is actually rich in nutrients and micronutrients? It’s actually a good source of potassium, which can help lower high blood pressure, and it’s also a good veggie (well, a fruit, in fact!) if you’re looking to increase your magnesium intake. It also contains several B vitamins—which help your overall metabolism, giving you better energy and general health, as well as improve your kidney function—and an assortment of other vitamins and minerals, along with antioxidants lutein and zeaxanthin, which are essential for the health of your eyes.

Some Other 30 Foods to Help Lower High Blood Pressure (affiliate image link)
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To a happier, healthier life,

Mira

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