Easy, delicious. Next time I would add some cloves of garlic to the mix to kick the flavor up a notch.
Tried this the other night. Simple and easy to make. Was a delicious side dish.
Delicious recipe! I used a mandolin to slice my zuch's into 1/4 inch rounds. I omitted the Salt. I baked at 350 for 6 min., thank goodness for a previous reviewer who suggested a much lesser cooking time. When I make a recipe for the first time, I always try to follow it to a "T" and then tweak it later, but am so glad I didn't bake these any longer. Hey, what the heck, if they need more baking time, you can always pop 'em back in til they suit the texture you are looking for. Remember, they do continue to heat after bringing them out of the oven.
These were great. Used a mandolin to slice into large slices and baked on parchment.
I've used this recipe on multiple occasions, and it is always a hit with guests and always disappears very quickly. I typically add various herbs and spices. This last go-round, I added some ginger-flavored soy sauce, onion powder, garlic powder, and a little bit of lemon pepper. DELISH!
Really good and quick to fix. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
It was great I ended up using it in a pasta! I used 1 tbsp of garlic oil and 1 tbsp of butter. Ill see if i can post the pic of my pasta too!
Delicious and easy to prepare. I really like the ease of making it. I have planted too much zucchini and don't have many recipes. Thanks. I look forward to making this recipe for my friends. I served it with steamed rice, organic broccoli, and cabbage topped with a little chili sauce at the end. Loved it.
Made these last night with Parmesan Tilapia and this side dish complimented the fish so well! Very good!