Sausage-Stuffed Zucchini Boats — Most Popular Pin of the Week

Stuff zucchini halves with sausage for a meaty and veggie-packed meal.
By: Nora Horvath
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Sausage Stuffed Zucchini Boats, as seen on Food Network's Farmhouse Rules, Season 4.

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Stuffed vegetables are an easy and creative way to squeeze more summer produce onto your plate. In this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week, a kid-friendly recipe from Nancy Fuller, hollowed-out zucchini halves are filled with a mixture of sauteed spicy sausage, juicy tomatoes, onions and fresh garlic for a flavor-packed dish. Before putting the "boats" into the oven, Nancy tops them with rich Parmesan and shaved mozzarella for a cheesy finish.

For more easy summer recipes, check out Food Network’s Let’s Get Seasonal: Summer! board on Pinterest.

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