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fabulous! used to make this all the time when I was younger and completely lost my recipe! I did not put any cheese in my due to dairy restraints on my family and this recipe did not require any substitutions...still came out great! I would bake this in a smaller pan next time. I would try the 8 x 8 glass pan for a bit thicker piece.
I didn't have onion, so I used some green onions I had laying around and added a jalapeno pepper for some spice instead of tabasco and completely omitted the seasoning salt and came it out great. Though, I would say its like a cross between a bread and quiche because of all the egg.
If you think it is good fresh from the oven, you should try it cold from the refrigerator at two in the morning. UNBELIEVABLE!!!!!!!!!!!!
Really fast and easy to put together and a nice result. More quichy for me, but anyone would like this.
First I'll confess to the changes I made. I only had low-fat bisquick and didn't have any season salt, so I tried to guess what's in season salt and added dashes of 5 different spices. I went with chipoltle tabasco and further cut the fat with 1/2&1/2 apple sauce and oil. And oops I grated the zucchini before reading to the end of the recipe... so my review is based on all these changes: It was more of a quiche than a bread, but quite yummy.
I made this tonight for our scrapbooking club, and what a hit! I did add an extra garlic clove, ( I am a garlic lover!) What a fast and great tasting appetizer. Thanks so much!
Simply wonderful! I whipped this wonderful bread/cake up today with Bisquick baking mix, I did however add in more fresh garlic, oregano and Parmesan cheese than called for (about 1 Tbsp of garlic!). This is so easy to put together, with a wonderful taste and texture. Thanks so much for suggesting this recipe Aroostook, we enjoyed it very much...Kitten:)