6 Reviews

Very good. I used a grapefruit spoon to scoop out the pulp, used olive oil in place of the butter and increased the garlic for personal taste. DH and I really liked the sauce.

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PaulaG July 12, 2004

This was great! Thanks!

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StrikingEyes00 January 30, 2012

WOW!!! This was awesome! Easy prep, great directions, and lots of great flavor. We tried it with colby jack cheese baked on top for my picky kiddos, and they actually ate around the cheese to get to the stuffing. It will be a wonderful addition to my zucchini recipes for this summer.

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matildemom June 08, 2009

This made a relatively quick and easy main course for dinner recently. I subbed matzo cracker crumbs for the bread crumbs, otherwise followed the recipe exactly as written. It made an interesting presentation. DH indicated that he wouldn't mind having it on occasion, but doesn't want to see it become a regular menu item. We'll probably have it occasionally during summer months when our zucchini are prolific, rather than purchasing zucchini for it (as I had to this time) in the future. I also suspect we'll enjoy it more with our own freshly grown zucchini, as is often the case with home grown produce versus grocery store produce.

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Cindy Lynn August 10, 2004

GREAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! BO1940

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Brenda 1940 August 08, 2004

We just loved this recipe. It was our main dish. Very easy to make, it will remain a very frequent recipe for the family.

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willroman July 24, 2004
Turkey Stuffed Zucchini With Warm Balsamic Glaze