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Great recipe Bev. I was wanting something a bit different and I just adore "zukes" so this was a delight. Needless to say, I "had" to add some fresh minced garlic but that was the only change I made. Thanks for posting.
This was an easy vegetable dish to prepare. We enjoyed the baked veggies instead of sautéing for a change. I made it just as you outlined and I served it with Chicken Parmesean and garlic bread. We had such a lovely dinner, Bev. I printed it out, and it goes into my t&t book. Thanks for sharing!
My husband and I loved these vegetables. Very easy to make and I like the tenderness of roasted veggies. Had a good zesty flavor from the vinegar and thyme. Best of all, low in fat. :) The vegetables went well with grilled chicken and salad. Thanks Bev.
You said it best Bev-very simple and simply delicious! I chose this as one of my sidedishes for a vip dinner and wasn't disappointed that I did!
Truly easy to make and delicious! I love the aroma of the thyme and the balsamic vinegar. I didn't have yellow squash and zuchinni at home so i used brocolli and some frozen soy beans and corn. Instead of baking, i stir fried the veggetables along with some garlic and diced red onions. YUM!!
Truly excellent! I had wonderful organic zuch. & yellow squash from the farmer's market plus a white onion from the same market. So using a sweet white onion instead of a red was my only change. This was wonderful with hamburgers and homemade baked french fries for a good healthy meal. Thanks!