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buttered zuchinni noodles

September 6th, 2011 at 12:10 pm

I really liked the grass-fed beef I had the other day. I seared it on both sided in the frying pan for about 3 min each, then finished it in the oven at 450 for about 12 min, seasoned with garlic, salt and pepper.

On the side I fixed buttered zuchinni noodles. I cut the zuchinni in strips using a mandolin so they looked like noodles, then I just sauteed them in butter with salt and pepper. Very good. I'm not a zuchinni fan, but I liked these a lot.

I got a lb of oven roasted turkey deli meat today for $5.99. On my way home I thought why is it ok to spend $5.99/lb for turkey deli meat, (and think I'm getting a bargain), but have a problem spending $4.50/lb for grass-fed beef? DOH! Had a small paradigm shift in my car Smile

I finished reading my book The Better Part of Valor by Tanya Huff. Sci/Fi - very good.

2 Responses to “buttered zuchinni noodles”

  1. Thrifty Ray Says:

    That sounds so yummy! Does that make the meat rare? or med rare???

    I love zucchini...grilled, fresh, bread...etc.

    Hope you are feeling ok these days!

  2. retire@50 Says:

    I'm feeling superb - thanks for asking. It makes the meat well done, but still juicy. My problem with cooking meat on a grill or frying pan is getting it well done inside without charcoaling the outside. This method does that. I use it for steak, and salmon too.

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