Yellow Squash with Blistered Tomatoes. This yellow summer squash recipe with pan blistered tomatoes is a great way to use your garden goodies!
A Yellow Squash Recipe and Seconds Chances.
As a child, I hated summer squash. My mother would try to sneak it into casseroles and mixed veggie dishes, but like a bloodhound on a mission, I would always sniff it out.
I can’t tell you why I had such an aversion to it, other than I thought is was slimy. Many nights, I would sit at the table long after everyone else had finished, refusing to eat squash.
I had a similar relationship with tomatoes. So I find it funny that nowadays, my favorite way to prepare a yellow summer squash recipe is with blistered tomatoes.
Sometimes a second chance is all that’s needed. Or in my case, maybe a one hundred and fifty second chance.
Offering something (or someone) a second chance is a crucial part of life. I often think of all the wonderful things I would miss out on if I allowed my first impression to be the final word: sushi, mussels, wine, swing dancing, therapeutic massage, running… my sweet husband.
We don’t always perceive things the right way the first time we experience them. Sometimes wonderful things have to have time to “grow on us.”
I’m so glad I gave a yellow squash recipe one more chance. And tomatoes too, for that matter!
This Yellow Squash with Blistered Tomatoes recipe is my absolute favorite. I quickly sear garlic and yellow squash for a little color, but not long enough for it to get mushy. Then I move the squash aside and blister grape tomatoes right in the same skillet.
Once the tomatoes are almost ready to pop, sprinkle with fresh thyme and parmesan cheese and serve. How easy is that?
The mild sweet flavor of the summer squash and and bright tangy tomatoes are a perfect match!
I usually prepare this yellow summer squash recipe with a little butter and olive oil. But today I skipped the olive oil and made it with Land O’Lakes new “Butter with Olive Oil and Sea Salt” I learned about from Ms. Ree, the Pioneer Woman. Ree is all over this new product, so I had to try it for myself.
After spreading almost a whole stick on a loaf of sourdough bread, I can tell you the flavor is amazing. Sweet creamy butter with just the right touch of earthy olive oil and a dash of sea salt. Heavenly.
Today, I dolloped it in my skillet for the Yellow Squash with Blistered Tomatoes and was just as impressed with the flavor. Make sure to look for it at your grocery store!
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