This zucchini relish is a nice condiment for summer barbecues, outdoors or in.
It works wonderfully as a hot dog or hamburger relish, but try it on grilled beef or chicken too.
You can also use it in place of cucumber relish in meat salads like ham salad or corned beef salad, mixed with a bit of mayonnaise.
See the notes below about removing the excess seeds before chopping the zucchini.
Boil the cider vinegar, turmeric, mustard seed, celery seed and sugar along with the ground vegetable mixture. Thicken with the cornstarch mixed with a little vinegar.
Bottle and seal while hot.
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Did You Know?...
This is the perfect recipe to use up zucchini when it is so plentiful at the end of the summer that people with gardens will beg you to take them.
The only thing about using the larger zucchini is that they can have a lot of seeds in the middle.
Give this one a try. It is a wonderful way to bring that taste of summer to the kitchen all year long.
I think you will like it.
If this zucchini relish makes you think of doing more preserving, have a look here at our jams, jellies and pickle recipes.
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