Zucchini Cheese Spread served with Artisan Bread



This zucchini cheese spread is extremely easy to make. Spread it on your favourite artisan bread or use as a sandwich filler or serve it in place of hummus.

  • 150 g Zucchini
  • 1 clove Garlic
  • 150 g Fresh cheese
    ©angiesrecipes

  • 1 tbsp Parsley, chopped
  • 2 tbsp Olive oil
  • Lemon zest of 1 lemon
  • Salt and freshly ground pepper
  1. Rinse, dry and finely grate the zucchini. Mince the garlic.
  2. Place the fresh cheese, grated zucchini, parsley, olive oil, minced garlic, and lemon zest together in a bowl. Mix well. Season the mixture with salt and pepper. Now it is ready to spread on your favorite artisan bread.
Zucchini Cheese Spread Served With Artisan Bread

78 comments:

The Duo Dishes 8/6/10 08:23

So fresh and light for a slice of bread or even a crisp veggie. Looks great on the plate too!

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Theresa111 8/6/10 08:33

I'm starving @ 2:20AM and this looks divine!

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Priya 8/6/10 08:46

Delicious zucchini cheese spread, thanks for sharing..

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My Little Space 8/6/10 08:46

I can wallop a few of these! You need to prepare more, Angie! haha....
Hope you're having a great day.
Cheers, Kristy

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♥peachkins♥ 8/6/10 08:53

This spread looks amazing! I love cheese spreads

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Cherine 8/6/10 08:59

I love this spread. Looks so tasty and creamy :)

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Amy @cookbookmaniac 8/6/10 09:34

THis would make a great dip for a party. Nice and healthy!

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Dajana 8/6/10 10:00

This is wonderful, Angie. I'll definitely make it.
Would you like to submit it for the game I'm hosting this month on my blog - the theme is zucchini?

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MaryMoh 8/6/10 10:33

I've never eaten zucchini raw. It looks very delicious in this spread. I don't think I have seen that fresh cheese here. Maybe I can use other type's of cream cheese.

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Kitchen Corner 8/6/10 10:40

Very appetizing starter! It could be my main dish as well :)

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Peggy 8/6/10 11:46

Definitely not your ordinary dip! sounds great!

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pigpigscorner 8/6/10 12:00

I like the idea of zucchini and cream cheese combo! Looks so yummy!

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Happy Cook 8/6/10 13:18

Wowo the spread looks so so good.

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Pari 8/6/10 13:19

Hi Angie, such an innovative spread, thanx for sharing.

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Honey Bee Sweets 8/6/10 13:22

Yummy! Do you think I can replace the fresh cheese with cream cheese or sour cream? Such a lovely treat to serve as orderve!

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Belinda @zomppa 8/6/10 13:47

Ooo - great twist from the traditional artichoke spread...and get your greens to boot.

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Foodessa 8/6/10 13:53

I followed you in from another foodie's blog...and what a lovely surprise.
I enjoy the unique layout you have for inviting us into your culinary world.
Artisan bread will always be number one at my table. Now, add to that your wonderful spread...you've got a winning combination;o)
I'll be following your future posts.
Flavourful wishes, Claudia

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Girl Foodie 8/6/10 14:18

This looks delish! Not too far removed from artichoke dip.
I wonder how it would be if you sauteed and cooled the zucchini first...

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Biren 8/6/10 14:37

Angie, that cheese spread sounds so good with the zucchini. I think it will also go well with crackers and vege sticks.

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Dishesdone 8/6/10 15:21

This looks delicious, you always come up with such nice recipes!

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kitchen flavours 8/6/10 15:29

Looks really yummy! I love your cute little fish bowl too!

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Shirley @ Kokken69 8/6/10 15:49

Another clever way of using Zucchini! Love it!

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5 Star Foodie 8/6/10 15:56

A terrific idea! The spread sounds super delicious especially on the fresh crusty bread! Perfect!

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Sarah Naveen 8/6/10 16:00

Awesome click...looks delicious..

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Heavenly Housewife 8/6/10 16:12

How lovely. This would make fabulous crostini.
*kisses* HH

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ANCA 8/6/10 17:05

HI lOoks amazing & yummyyyyy

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Shriya 8/6/10 17:12

Awesome!!! Awesome!!!! Lovely click and drooling here. Love the spread soo creamy and yummy.

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Cooking with Kait 8/6/10 17:41

Great spread. Zucchini goes so well with cheese.

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KennyT 8/6/10 17:47

Lovely spread! I love all the ingredients used in this spread, and I can feel the crunchiness of the zucchini in the creamy texture of the cheese.

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Anncoo 8/6/10 18:02

Lovely clicks! Sounds so healthy and delicious.

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Jeannie 8/6/10 18:07

Lovely spread...have not tried eating raw zucchini...interesting!

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Pavithra 8/6/10 19:07

awesome recipe wiht mouth watering pictures... loved all the clicks and the dish is really making me drool.

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denise @ quickies on the dinner table 8/6/10 20:51

Great pics Angie!! I love both cheese and zucchini so this is really for me ;)

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munchcrunchandsuch 8/6/10 20:52

that looks super delicious Angie..and pretty easy on the ingredients too

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Krishnaveni 8/6/10 21:19

lokks tempting and beautiful

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Ivy 8/6/10 21:38

Angie, I hate repeating myself but I do love all your recipes. I tried raw zuchini in a salad, after your post Zuchini Ribbon caper salad and loved it. This is something I will definitely make.

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Cook with Madin 8/6/10 22:51

Hi Angie, great recipe and the photos, well done. I saved this in my recipe box. Like what you said, serve this in place of hummus. Thank you for sharing.

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Devaki 8/6/10 23:00

Dear Angie - What a great change from the old artichoke and spinach spread. I love how you've taken a concept and reinterpreted in your own unique signature style.

Thanks for all these lovely summer meals :)

Ciao, Devaki @ weavethousandflavors

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Claudia 9/6/10 02:09

Angie, I am thinking this would be great with simple fromage blanc. Something new to do with zucchni! Yay!

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Mary 9/6/10 02:34

What a lovely spread. Your bread and zucchini spread look wonderful. I can imagine how great the two must taste. I hope you are having a great day. Blessings...Mary

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Cinnamon-Girl 9/6/10 02:50

You have the best zucchini recipes Angie! This looks totally delicious!

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Erica 9/6/10 03:20

Definitely making this one. It looks delicious,Angie!

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Elin 9/6/10 05:06

Angie...great cheese spread...thanks for sharing but over here hard to get fresh cheese..Can I susbstitute it with...Philidelphia cream cheese..can?

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Magic of Spice 9/6/10 06:23

Fantastic Angie... Love this and will make this at home. Actually have yet to see anything of yours that is not a keeper. Beautiful pics as well:)
We love your site!

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The Housewife 9/6/10 07:20

I love the recipe! I'm always on the lookout for great recipes to entertain and this one seems like a real winner!

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Angie's Recipes 9/6/10 09:51

Honey Bee Sweets: Yes, it can be substituted with cream cheese.
Thank you for the comments, I really appreciate it.

Angie

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Pete 9/6/10 09:59

nice finger food.....mmmmm, cruncy and creamy!

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Joanne 9/6/10 12:54

Since I make so much bread, I love discovering new spreads to make eating it more interesting. This one sounds delicious!

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Carla and Michael 9/6/10 13:00

What a neat idea, sounds wonderful.

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alwayswinner786 9/6/10 13:47

Wow!look so divine!
I am inviting you and all your friends to participate in the give away now running in my blog!
Be Happy.
Always.

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Jo 9/6/10 16:10

Angie, I love you for posting this great recipe. Now I've got to make me a batch of this soon. Oooh .. and on toasted baguette too!

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petite nyonya 9/6/10 16:27

I like the twist of veggie in this cheese spread. Sounds creamy and delicious!

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Cheah 9/6/10 18:47

As always, Angie, your pics are so captivating! Nice cheese spread you have out there!

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Katie@Cozydelicious 9/6/10 19:38

I have so much zucchini from my CSA share (and I can't make any more zucchini bread) so this is fantastic. Yum!

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Rosa's Yummy Yums 9/6/10 19:58

Awesome! I'd love to to have a slice of artisan bread with that scrumptious spread!

Cheers,

Rosa

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Daily Freebies 9/6/10 20:52

This looks amazing!! Nice work :)

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arthi 9/6/10 22:15

looks so delicious !! nice clicks..

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shahana 9/6/10 22:20

Sounds new.But looks so delicious!

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Lazaro Cooks! 10/6/10 01:51

The zucchini spread looks great. By the way...soyrizo is a soy product flavor with spices similar to Spanish chorizo.

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A Canadian Foodie 10/6/10 05:23

What a novel idea for a dip, and the texture would be lovely. I planted zucchini this season, so I can try it out in a few months! Or sooner, if I buy some... I planted them mainly for their flowers as we cannot buy them anywhere here... but, now, I have another idea!
:)
Valerie

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theUngourmet 10/6/10 06:59

What an awesome way to use zucchini! I would never have thought of this. Brilliant!

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Nirvana 10/6/10 07:09

Congratulations on the Foodbuzz Top 9! This looks like a really easy, yet delicious dip to make. Nirvana

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trissa 10/6/10 13:05

Probably the most unique spread I've seen before. I'm pretty sure it tastes really delicious as well.

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Linn @ Swedish Home Cooking 10/6/10 18:00

That is really interesting! I love the combination of the cheese and zuccini. Sounds like a lovely spread!

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CheeseGoddess 10/6/10 19:55

Oh Angie! What kind of cheese can I use as a substitute. I haven't seen that brand in the supermarket here in the States. Would a goat cheese work in this recipe?

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Angie's Recipes 10/6/10 20:34

CheeseGoddess: Cream cheese or curd cheese will work too. Fresh goat cheese sounds a brilliant idea to make the spread too.
Thank you, guys, for dropping by and the compliments. I truly appreciate them.
Angie

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Spicie Foodie 11/6/10 01:31

Sounds healthy, looks delicious and 5 star rating all the way! What a great recipe, I love it and am saving it to try soon.

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pegasuslegend 11/6/10 03:38

sounds totally delicous beautiful picture!

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Linda www.mykindofcooking.com 11/6/10 22:29

This is a fantastic recipe! Quick and easy and tasty, just the way I like it.

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Sophie 12/6/10 10:21

waw!! Your zucchini spread looks truly delightful!!

MMMMMMMMMMM,..I so love your amazing pictures too!

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Bridgett 15/6/10 06:34

I would be happy to just have this for dinner! A couple slices, a glass of wine and I am a happy lady. The recipe looks and sounds wonderful.

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Diana's Cocina 19/6/10 02:48

This recipe sounds wonderful!

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Jenn 27/7/10 06:42

What a great way to use zucchini. We eat it is so often it's nice to have a new option of what to do with it!

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