A great alternative to deep fried zuchhini. Loved the flavor the cheese gave it. Next time I think I'll add a few sprinkles of red pepper too. Thanks for posting A! Made for I Recommend Tag Game.
Good zucchs! We just sprayed a little good quality canola and some salt and pepper, then shook it w/ the parm. Great low fat version. Thanks!
From the reviews it sounds great but I didn't make it because I have no idea what becel topping is. I couldn't find a reference anywhere.
These quick and easy to make zucchini slices were really nice, they made a great side dish. The parmesan adds a lovely flavor to this vegetable. The zucchini baked up tender, juicy and flavorful. Thanks for sharing this winner Anna.
A friend continues to bring me zucchini fresh picked from her garden and I am in a constant search of recipes that suit me. These were really scrumptious with the cheese adding a nice flavor and saltiness. Added a little pepper as well. Thanks.
5 Stars , remade and updated review. Chef only sprays one side, so I sprayed one side, then placed in greased aluminum foil-lined pan, and then sprinkled parmesan cheese on top before broiling. I broiled until parmesan cheese browned. I am a low-salt person, so the salt from the parmesan cheese was enough for me and DH. Even DH picked up on the healthy aspect of these tasty gems, he insisted on his full share. I loved the taste combination, especially since zucchini and ICBINB are essentially "free" on diets, and parmesan cheese doesn't add too many calories, either. My photo reflects half the recipe, as I used a Cuisinart Convection Toaster Oven Broiler, and my toaster oven pan was smaller than a cookie sheet (I am too old to lie down on the floor to use my house oven's broiler). For the record, this recipe makes almost 2 USDA 1/2 cup servings once cooked, if you are counting veggie servings. Made for Photo Tag.
These were good, but they were missing something... I am thinking maybe a little salt and pepper next time -- but they were tasty!! Just needed a little extra something... Will try again -- we are going to have access to lots of zucchini this year!