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Good! I skipped the breadcrumbs and butter to make the dish a bit lighter. I also added carrots (boiled a bit before the zucchini) and chopped onion. Turned out well!

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Chefaiath March 15, 2010

My family loved it I sprinkled a little cheese on top

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Colleen Arvelin August 10, 2010

It seems like most zucchini recipes use olive oil, and I hate that taste. Love this recipe. It was a bit more batter than I really needed. I did add garlic and onion to the zucchini in a pan with water. Definitely a keeper!

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wittlebit83 June 18, 2009

This was so good! It will be making it again and again. I added a little chopped fresh basil and a little oregano leaves. Substituted garlic salt for the plain salt. I also used panko crumbs on top and it turned out light and crunchy.

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cintwin July 30, 2012

I needed a quick and easy way to use some zucchini up and this was it. Very good and easy. Made for Casserole event in the Photo Forum.

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Lavender Lynn November 02, 2009

This is a great way to use zucchini. I made the recipe as written. It was very flavorful and still good the next day too. I think it would be good with green tobasco sauce added.

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Lili's, Rori's & Rainah's Meemaw September 12, 2009

Delicious! Simple ingredients and easy to put together. DH who insists he HATES zucchini ate 2 huge servings and declared he loved it! Thanks for sharing a new way to use zucchini that we will enjoy often!

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mzkami August 20, 2009

Made this a few days ago and it still remains on my mind. This was good. Real good. It did taste like quiche without the pie crust. I sauteed some coarsely chopped onions in mine. Had a sprinkle of mozarella. That wasn't enough. So I scrounged around and found a bag of shredded cheese for tacos. Oh well, beats a trip to the store. Needless to say, there wasn't any left to pack for lunch the next day. I did put it under the broiler for 5 minutes to brown the parmesan, ya-know? It was burnt. Therefore, no picture. But I'll be makin' this again for sure. The zucchinis just started coming in!!!

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Chef Booshman June 27, 2009

Very good recipe. My zucchini are just starting to ripen. This was a wonderful recipe. I did make one change, I sauted the zucchini in butter (three Tblsp. and half an oinio and lots of garlic. Very good. I finished mine cold the next day for lunch, still good. Thanks for the posting. LL

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Lori Lee July 18, 2008
Zucchini Casserole