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From Sunset Kitchen Cabinet Recipes, Volume II, 1934

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 6 small zucchini
 6 sausageshot dogs, Italian, Polish, Bratwurst, Hot Link
 1 can of condensed tomato soup
 Salt & pepper
 1 tsp thymegarlic, onion and bell pepper may also be added
 Rice or Noodles to serve

1

Hollow out the zucchini. You can cut off the end and use an apple corer, or just split lengthwise and hollowed out with a spoon and fasten the stuffed zucchini with toothpicks. Stuff each zucchini with a weenie or a sausage. Place in a saucepan. Pour over stuffed zucchini a can of tomato soup (undiluted) and season to taste. Simmer until tender (about 20 minutes, depending on how big your zucchini are) adding water if the tomato soup begins to stick.

2

To serve, put zucchini on a platter and pour the soup over them like gravy. Serve with rice or noodles. (We liked them with rice pilaf.)

Ingredients

 6 small zucchini
 6 sausageshot dogs, Italian, Polish, Bratwurst, Hot Link
 1 can of condensed tomato soup
 Salt & pepper
 1 tsp thymegarlic, onion and bell pepper may also be added
 Rice or Noodles to serve

Directions

1

Hollow out the zucchini. You can cut off the end and use an apple corer, or just split lengthwise and hollowed out with a spoon and fasten the stuffed zucchini with toothpicks. Stuff each zucchini with a weenie or a sausage. Place in a saucepan. Pour over stuffed zucchini a can of tomato soup (undiluted) and season to taste. Simmer until tender (about 20 minutes, depending on how big your zucchini are) adding water if the tomato soup begins to stick.

2

To serve, put zucchini on a platter and pour the soup over them like gravy. Serve with rice or noodles. (We liked them with rice pilaf.)

Zucchini Weenie

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