Grilled Zucchini with Feta and Herbs

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Adapted from Rachael Ray Magazine
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Grilling season is here, and I’ve got a super easy side dish idea for you: Grilled Zucchini with Feta and Herbs! The first time I made this, my husband sat down at the table and immediately said, “That looks good!” And trust me, it was good. So easy and light and fresh with a mix of great flavors. Real food doesn’t have to be complicated when you use fresh and tasty ingredients. Enjoy!

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  1. 5 stars
    I tried this tonight. We topped it with boneless skinless chicken breast and had fresh beet greens from the garden. I definitely will be making it again. Excellent!

  2. Hello! This looks like such a yummy recipe! I was wondering, do you add the garlic and herbs to the zucchini before grilling, or add them at the end. Thanks so much!

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  4. Hi Lisa, I add walnuts to almost everything but had not thought to add to grilled zucchini, brilliant! I made pesto lasagna last week and had some zucchini and mushrooms with pesto left over so I tossed them in my grill pan on the grill. When they were cooked I served the zucchini with toasted walnuts and goat cheese from the Waxhaw farmers market. Did not have any feta in the fridge…
    Thanks! Cheers, Kary~

  5. Great recipe. It’s gardening season & soon we “farmers” will be up to our ears in squash and zucchini.

    It is always nice to have a fresh way to serve this abundant crop!