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Love it! This has become a family favorite that is requested when the zucchini start popping. A can of Italian tomatoes works great whenever the fresh ones aren't quite ready. I also add a bit of crushed red pepper and serve it over spaghetti noodles. Yummy! Even the kids like it!
A very nice side dish--it's very attractive and tastes good. I thought it was a little bland, but also think that subtleness makes it appealing as a side dish accompanying a more flamboyant entree. I used caution adding the basil--not all of us like that much. I put in as much as I thought the crowd here would enjoy.
This was a "fresh and clean" tasting dish and was very enjoyable. I only had one medium red tomato (from the store, yuck!)so I took about 12 yellow cherry tomatoes from the garden to make up the difference. Sadly.. I was also out of parmesan so I made it without cheese. It was still very, very good and refreshing. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe Fluffy! (hehe love the name)
I like this so much, I occasionally use it as a meal. The only changes I make are to increase the amount of tomato and to substitute water and a boullion cube for the stock. Thanks for a great recipe, Fluffy!
I didn't use tomatoes but otherwise followed the recipe. This is a nice, quick way to cook zucchini. Loved the addition of parmesan.
I have been making this for years... I also like to add some bell pepper.
The food critics in my house ate it all up and said they liked it.
Delicious. I've been looking for a good zucchini recipe, now I have one.
this is probably my most used recipe at home! it goes great with absolutely any meat you can think of, and it makes a wonderful lunch alone. the tomato and basil go perfectly with the zucchini! good job!
This dish is great! I was looking for a zuccini recipe that was similar to what I had as a child, and this is it! I used canned diced tomatoes and chicken broth, and halved the zucchini amount. It was just delicious! Thanks for posting this!