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This was great! I made some changes to suit our tastes by adding garlic, italian seasoning, and a jalepeno pepper, and did not use mushrooms, also only 1 TBS of sugar was used, and I let the cooked zucchini drain in the colander for at least 30 minutes, so it wouldn't be watery. Everybody loved it. Thank you for the recipe!

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Mydoggiesmom July 15, 2007

I took this to a potluck and it got rave reviews. I was really unsure of how much bread crumbs to use, so I used about 3/4 of the container of Progresso Italian style bread crumbs for 1.5 recipes. I might try it with a little less next time, but we really like the added flavor from the Italian style crumbs. Also, I only used about 2 teaspoons sugar for my large batch and it was plenty. Fabulous recipe! Thanks for posting.

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Donna Matthews February 03, 2007

I made it with cheddar, & I thought it was a bit bland cheese wise. I think I'll try swiss. DH said I overcooked the onions & mushrooms. I'll leave them more al dente next time. Consistency was good and since DH is on coumidin & can't have leafy greens, it's a good veggie alternative.

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The Queen Bag October 06, 2006

This colorful summer creation is quite good. Like Chocoholic Pat I also used mozzarella topped with parmesan. I added salt, fresh rosemary, oregano and basil for added flavor and turkey kielbasa to make a complete meal that would satisfy Dh. I think to avoid watery squash, just let it drain in a collander for as long as possible after cooking it or at least while you prepare the rest of the ingredients.

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sugarpea September 06, 2006

Delicious, and for us, it's hearty enough to be served as a main dish. Seems like a large casserole, but it went fast around here. The recipe allowed us to use several things from our garden, including two items I added to the recipe: plenty of chopped fresh basil & 3 finely chopped Goliath Grillers (mild hot peppers). For the cheese, I used a combo of grated Mozzarella & Parmigiano-Regianno. I plan to repeat this recipe. Thanks for a great summer garden recipe, Monica.

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FoodBooksSangria August 06, 2006

Came out pretty good, but I ended up with a pool of water at the bottom of the casserole. Maybe I boiled it too long.

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Tom H. August 05, 2006

This was really good and fresh tasting. We're "Adkins-izing" and I just couldn't look another salad in the face! Not completely carb-free but this was a nice alternative. I made it without the breadcrumb layer to help cut the carbs. Easy to make and tasty! Try it!

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CASunshine November 05, 2004
Zucchini Heaven Casserole