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This recipe is excellent!! We altered it by using (2) 14 oz cans of diced tomatoes with garlic and onions. We found by using two cans instead of one it turned out more moist. We definitely recommend this recipe. It has become one of our favorites!!!!

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bears-n-beagles August 26, 2002

Absolutely delicious! I had an overabundance of squash this year and it was really a treat to prepare this dish, very easy and the kids LOVED it! They said they no longer want me to make it the old way (sauteed in butter) and asked if I could make it this way from now on.

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Sue Steinmetz August 19, 2002

This recipe was very delicious the only thing i changed was that i used rotel diced tomatoes with garlic and oregano instead of the plain tomatoes, this will surley be a recipe i will make again.

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cindy63 August 25, 2002

I made this to take to our church's social. Folks RAVED about it!! I have to make copies of this recipe to hand out. Not one person that tried this disliked it. There wasn't even a bite left and that was the first time that happened to me. This will be a special occasion dish (and a "just because" dish) that will become a tradition with my family. Thanks a bunch for a delicious recipe!! Shelly P.

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Annissa Parsons July 04, 2002

This is a really good recipe--and like always, I made a few changes. I used one 28 oz can of diced tomatoes (and think I will drain it a little bit next time). I also used 1 cup of Italian-style breadcrumbs instead of the bread and 1 tsp Italian seasoning blend instead of the oregano. To make it a complete meal, I added 1 lb of sliced Italian sausage. Next time, I might try using croutons--and there will be a next time! This is a keeper!

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Dwynnie July 12, 2012

LOVED LOVED LOVED this recipe from prep to clean up to calories to fat! Awesome healthy dish! I served this over a bed of penne rice pasta and it was delicious! I didn't make any changes to the recipe, but next time will add 2 more slices of bread just b/c that was my favorite part :). I used pepperidge farm oatmeal bread and it soaked up every ounce of flavor from each of the ingredients and tasted DEVINE. I packed up 2/3 cup servings and froze the leftovers, but kept some out for my lunch today. I can't wait to dig in. Oh, I used one zucchini and 1 large yellow squash for color and variety. This is a KEEPER! Exactly what I have been looking for. Thanks!

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Trixyinaz October 04, 2007

Delicious! I made as directed except I used olive oil instead of marg. Thank you, connie51!

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llangrove September 03, 2013

This had really great flavor and was easy to put together. I had a really large zucchini from my sister's garden to use up and this was great. I only had very thin sliced bread on hand, had just run out of our home made, so I used extra but I still wasn't a huge fan of the bread and it could be because they were such thin slices. I think I'd like to find something to use in place of the bread and maybe a way to add some protein (preferably a vegetarian option) like beans or something, but I will definitely make this again the next time I have zucchini or squash to use!

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5 Mule Team August 08, 2012

Made as described, just added some fresh mushrooms and canned sweet corn. Hubby loved it!

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Maridae January 23, 2015

easy to make and taste great

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Lande Hoffman January 11, 2015
Zucchini or Yellow Squash Casserole