A great way to use up all that zucchini in your garden. Perfect for livening up those veggie burgers!
Very, Very Tasty!! I'm surprised that no one else has rated or reviewed this recipe yet. Instead of grating the zucchini which would produce a soggy glob, I used the multi-holed shredder side of my 4 sided grater--worked perfectly. I then followed the ingredients and directions as given. I packed it tightly into a 1 pint wide mouth mason jar--with only a slight bit not fitting--and then refrigerated it overnight. Today, for lunch, I grilled a burger and used some of the relish on it. Absolutely delicious. I am already thinking of other ways that I can incorporate this great flavor and texture into other dishes. Thanks much, Sara, for publishing this recipe. - 18 Aug 2003 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
I made this relish yesterday, and tasted it today. I am not familiar with canning or making my own relish, having never done it before, so I gave this the benefit of the doubt by giving it two stars. This was not good at all, it just tasted like lime juice with a bit of cilantro. Will not make it again. - 10 Oct 2003 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
I made this yesterday but I let the zucchini rest prior to makeing to rid it of most of the water. I kicked it up a notch bu adding red and green peppers diced along with thinly sliced red onion. It added colour as well as enhanced the taste. I sampled this AM to ensure it was OK to serve for a BBQ this evening and for me it is a go Hopefully all will enjoy. Don't be afraid the enhance recipes It is amazing what you come up with - 01 Aug 2009 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)