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Mmmm. This is traditional dish in Slovakia too. Mushrooms and zucchini are optional, but good. We like it just with bread. Many people prepare the onion-pepper-tomato mixture in larger amounts in summer and can it for later use. Good ripe tomatoes with strong taste are the key. For me, it`s a comfort food.

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benvenuta December 05, 2007

I cut this recipe in thirds, I used two green peppers, 1/2 cup onions, 2 small zucchini, 1/2 cup diced mushrooms, 1 large tomato and two eggs, salt and pepper and margarine. We just had homemade biscuits and mandarin oranges for dessert. Very good! My husband can eat this dish! I sprinkled a little Italian Seasoning before the liquid reduced. Thanks!

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Montana Heart Song July 03, 2007

My husband LOVED this recipe! This was our main dish for supper tonight, so I cut the recipe in half for the two of us. Hubby said next time to make more. :-) I really enjoyed the flavor of the zucchini with the onions and bell peppers, and think next time I might add extra. I left out the mushrooms, as I don't care for them. I was generous with the kosher salt and pepper, while I was sauteing all the veggies. I love grilled zucchini with grated parmesan, and at the very end added 1-2 tablespoons of parmesan to the top of the eggs and vegetables. I felt it complimented all the other flavors very well. I'm on low-carb, so ate this as a one dish meal. DH used a crusty bread as an accompaniment to the Lecho. Thanks Mirj, this was easy and I will be making it again!

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Juenessa March 27, 2007