3 Reviews

Really great flavor. Would have been better without the breadcrumbs. They didn't add much and made it kinda dry. But still very yummy!!

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Toni Boni March 14, 2008

I just discovered a version of this recipe in my cookbook collection (Mollie Katzen's Vegetable Heaven), despite having it for nearly 7 years. This is a magical blend, where the whole is much greater than the parts. I love its subtlety, its nutty chewiness, its simplicity. I've been dreaming about it! I mixed the breadcrumbs (fresh) with a splash of olive oil before baking. I also was a bit liberal with the olive oil and balsamic, and also added some garlic to the onions, and roasted the vegetables longer than stated. So good! Worth a try! 5 STARS!

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JaniceJean January 01, 2008

This was good, but the flavor was a little subtle for our tastes, even with the additional vinegar at the table. But adding butter substitute (Smart Balance) and extra parmesan perked it up. I'd recommend this as a side dish unless meat is added to it, because it's not very filling unless you eat a lot of it.

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Literary Mom May 15, 2005
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