Patty Pan in a Pot

We love patty pan squash! When they come to the farmer’s market I load up! They keep for weeks, just store in a cool dry place.

Patty Pans should feel similar to a zucchini to the touch. The old ones have tough skin, so it’s important to pick them before they get old on the vine.

Medium sized Patty Pan: about the
size of a hand.

Patty pan squash come in various sizes and colors, all are delicious!

This meal is a definite must to celebrate the beginning of harvest!

Patty Pan in a Pot 
Name courtesy of my son Luke

Ingredients:
1 pound grass fed ground beef
2 medium sized patty pan squash, chopped
1 onion, chopped
Broth

Chopping a Patty Pan Squash

Sea salt

Directions:
Brown ground beef with onion. When beef is browned, mix in squash, adding broth until just covering squash. Bring to a boil on medium high heat, then turn down and simmer, covered, on low for about 30 minutes or until squash becomes soft. Salt to taste.

 

For more simple recipes check out my 5 Ingredient Recipe Index

 

About the author, Rachel

Hi there! I’m the Joyful Space Specialist. it’s my desire help others create a joyful space of their own and enjoy their time spent at home.

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