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This is a very good recipe, I did use some Mozzerella cheese as I didn't have enough Parmesan cheese. Very good.It would be good with a little fresh Basil. We have a garden lots of fresh tomatoes & zucchini. I will be making this again.
I am a single man and this was EASY. I did do 2 things extra. 1st) I took 2 lbs of boneless chicken breasts and pounded them down some and spread them out on 2 of the layers. 2nd) I added mozzerella cheese with each layer. It turned out GREATand was a complete meal.
This is a great recipe! I've made it several times, the only thing I've added was some chopped fresh basil, and last time I had some Mozzerella that I needed to use up so I combined it with the parmesan. Wonderful way to use up that zucchini! Thanks! Linda from Kansas
Caryn, this is a very good recipe. We loved the dish...even DH who has an aversion to squash. He said that he would eat this again! That translates into a 5*, or a "keeper". I used farmer's market tomatoes which have so much taste, and I used a combination of sweet Texas 1015 onions and some small red onions, and grated parmesan. Great combination. Great vegetable dish. Thanks for posting...I will be using this all summer.
This was really nice. Very simple to make and it is a good recipe when your stuck for a side dish. Well done!!!
Has this been submitted by Caryn that used to work at a law office in Bend, Oregon? I have this recipe from her and agree that it's awesome. Our kids love it and always ask for more. The fact that it's so easy to make, means that I'm willing to make it more often! Thank you -
My husband found this recipe yesterday, and I made it - did not have quite a pound of zucchini, and only two smaller tomatoes, so made it in a 9 x 9 pan which worked out great. Thanks, Caryn for sharing this - it's definitely a "Keeper" recipe at our house.
I don't understand the big deal? I followed directions exactly, I LOVE vegetables, and I bought quality ingredient. But this just didn't have much flavor and was really watery. It was missing something. I won't be making again.
A simple dish to put together. I used zucchini, yellow squash, tomatoes, purple onion, and parmesan romano blend cheese. I steamed the zucchini and yellow squash for less than two minutes, adding a tsp. of Italian herbs to the water it steamed in. I only did a single layer of each the zucchini and squash, and tomatoes, and onion. I sprinkled garlic salt, pepper, and some cheese in each layer. I may have added too much cheese on top, so the taste was kind of strong (I may have used about 1.5 cups). A versatile recipe that I'm sure you can get creative with and can be used anytime!