Zucchini is one of the most prolific vegetable plants in your summer garden. Once it starts producing, you are on a mission to find new ways to bake it into breads, spiralize it into side dishes, or incorporate it into a cheesy casserole. In this recipe, zucchini is used as a vessel for a flavorful cornbread, ground chicken, and corn mixture. Hearty enough on its own, simply add some sliced fresh tomatoes to round out the meal. Choose squash that are uniform in shape so they will cook evenly. The best kind for this recipe are long, straight, and not too skinny.
This recipe can also be made with yellow zucchini or summer squash. Can't tell the difference? Summer squash (also called yellow or crookneck squash) is curved with a narrow neck; yellow zucchini is long and straight, like the green kind.
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