Baked zucchini is the perfect complement to almost any meal! These roasted zucchini is perfectly fluffy, fresh with so tasty with a pinch of cheese. Serve it with steak, burger, chicken … or even eat it alone!
Using your air fryer makes the zucchini even more delicious and tasty as well. Baked zucchini from the air fryer is made so fluffy in no or less oil and is it quick and easy to cook.
Know your ingredients
You should know the ingredients used in the recipe.
Zucchini is a vegetable that looks like a cucumber. It varies in color from deep yellow to dark green. It is also known as summer squash overloaded with vitamins, minerals, and plant compounds. When baking, zucchini is an ingredient similar to banana or applesauce. It adds incredible texture and moisture to baked goods, and helps fill cakes, bread, and muffins with increased nutrition! Zucchini has a delicate taste so it goes well with everything from cinnamon to chocolate.
– Can we eat zucchini raw?
Zucchini can be eaten raw. Some people like to eat raw some cook it. Zucchini is great for salads, dipping, wrapping, or even twisting to make low-carb pasta.
● Clove of garlic
Garlic is a plant in the onion family that is grown for its unique taste. It contains sulfur compounds which are believed to have several benefits. Garlic is delicious and easy to add to your diet. You can use it in savory dishes, soups, sauces, dressings, and much more.
Ham usually refers to the meat of the hind legs that have been wet or dried and often smoked. Being rich in proteins, vitamins, and minerals, Ham can be a good addition to your diet. Pork Ham is an excellent source of many vitamins and minerals, such as thiamin, zinc, vitamin B12, vitamin B6, niacin, phosphorus, and iron.
Cheese is a portion of delicious and nutritious food that is very flexible. You can add it to a variety of dishes or eat them as per choice.
– How is cheese made?
All cheeses are prepared to start with milk as the main ingredient and then in several variants of the following four steps:
– How to store cheese?
The plastic bags protect them from moisture, odors, and mildew. Wrap your cheese tightly so it doesn’t dry out. Store it on the lower shelf of the refrigerator.
● Olive oil:
Olive oil helps transfer the flavors of foods and spices, making them good on the mouth and satisfying the appetite. Its use enhances salty and sugary flavors without guilts because of its excellent properties (although if you’re trying to lose weight, you might not want to go overboard because, like all fats, this will provides nine calories per gram).
Extra virgin olive oil and virgin olive oil, while they look great, lose their flavor when heated, making them best for raw foods. Use them to harmonize spices in a dish, to enhance and build flavor, and to add body and depth. Olive oil also balances the acidity in acidic foods such as tomatoes, vinegar, wine, and lemon juice. Carefully treat olive oil and combine its flavors with the flavors of the other ingredients in dishes you carefully prepare.