One of our favorite recipes to enjoy in the summer is fried squash. I wish I had some home grown squash, but the squash from the store will have to work for now.
Sorry I didn't take a picture before I cut the squash up. I didn't think about blogging this until I was through with that part. Here are the ingredients. I don't have a specific recipe for the way I do this. This is the way us down south folks throw things together. I used 4 yellow squash and sliced them and placed them in a bowl. Then I mixed up an egg to do a wash on the squash. Then I mixed equal parts of cornmeal and flour in a bowl. Dip the squash slices in the egg and then throw them in the bowl with the cornmeal and flour and mix that all together until the squash is coated.
This is what it looks like coated in the mixture.
Put enough oil in a pan to cover the squash. I used Crisco Canola oil and extra light olive oil together.
Get this oil good and hot.
Take the squash out and place on a dish with a paper towel for the grease to drain.
Continue cooking each batch and dump them on top of the rest, sprinkle with salt and enjoy!