This beautiful squash adds sunny color and bright flavor to your menu. Toss it into a sautéed vegetable medley to add color and taste. The skin is as nutritious as it is attractive, is very tender and full of flavor.
Is Yellow Squash Good for You?
This is one healthy squash! Full of vitamins A, B, and C, plus fiber, magnesium, potassium, iron, and folate, this is one summer vegetable you’ll want to stop passing over. And, adding this yellow variety of the squash family helps you to eat more of the rainbow. Yellow squash is great on the grill, diced and added to salsa or a relish, or spiralized as a pasta substitution. The only limit to eating more squash is your imagination -- now is the time to get creative. How many ways can you think of to include this veggie varietal in your diet?