Sauteed Squash and Zucchini with Raw Coconut Aminos Recipe

sauteed squash and zucchini, raw coconut aminos, Coconut aminos is one of my all time favorite Paleo substitutes. I often eat sauteed veggies as a side or snack, and sometimes the limited seasoning options get boring. Coconut aminos takes me back to my pre-clean eating days when I would often dress my veggies with a store-bought teriyaki or soy sauce for some added flavor. Coconut aminos comes close to those flavors, only without the extra sodium and processed additives.

These sauced veggies are perfect for those lazier days when you aren’t in the cooking mood; they are super simple and take all of 5 minutes. Here, I used summer squash and zucchini, but any assortment of veggies are delicious.

Sauteed Squash and Zucchini with Raw Coconut Aminos Recipe

  • 1 organic summer squash, sliced thin
  • 1 organic zucchini, sliced thin
  • 1 TB raw coconut aminos (I prefer Coconut Secret brand)
  • 1 TSP sesame seeds
  • 1 small yellow onion, minced
  • Fresh black pepper to taste
  • 1 TSP coconut oil

– Melt coconut oil in pan over medium heat.

– Add onion to oil and cook until it becomes translucent.

– Add squash and zucchini and when they begin to soften, add coconut aminos and pepper to taste.

– Continue to cook until fully softened, approximately an additional 5 minutes.

– Sprinkle with sesame seeds and serve hot. Yum!

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