24 Reviews

I liked this - I REALLY liked this and so did everyone else. It was made as a side dish for grilled steak, but we couldn't keep our hands off. My sugggestion is to be sure and use the fresh grated parmesean cheese as opposed to the powdered stuff in a box - the taste is definitely worth the extra effort. Great recipe - thanks for posting!

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Mysterygirl August 06, 2002

Quick, easy and delicious. I used olive oil instead of melted butter. Thank you Midwest Sunshine. I will be making this again.

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Meli1230 November 09, 2002

Wow! What a great treat for so little effort! I even sliced my zucchini lengthwise to save time. I will be making these again and again this summer. Thanks for sharing a childhood memory!

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Susan Lee April 17, 2003

Very comforting, and so good! The best part of this is the parm cheese, of which, has to be fresh! Good and easy to put together, and so tasty! I added a bit of garlic, and it was so great! Thanks for posting!

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Andi of Longmeadow Farm March 18, 2012

Yum! Brushed on the butter and just sprinkled the parmesan and that worked great. 8 minutes was perfect.

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jane49423 June 15, 2010

So EASY to make and it tasted great! I love this recipe and I am not a zucchini fan. I definitely will be making this again :)

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strawberrygirl0414 August 05, 2009

Takes an otherwise boring vegetable to a new dimension. Love this one! :-)

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Epi Curious July 05, 2009

This was a quick and easy side dish for dinner, I liked idea of baked and not fried and not allot of fat. I do recommend however, use the salt shaker sparingly the parmesan has some salt to it. Great receipe

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cook5 July 04, 2009

I found this on zaar in 2004, never tried the recipe until I found it again in a lowcarb recipe. This is great, easy and tasty. The zicchini is so versitile, you can use any flavor of spices, I usually add some garlic powder,and my favorite is montreal seasoning and smoky paprika. Yeah!!! Your Mom was on to something Evan's Mommy.

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Sassy Cat January 12, 2008

Very good! I placed the zucchini on top of aluminum foil on a broiler pan. I drizzled on the melted butter to each slice, sprinkled on the parm and basil (I used dried) on each and broiled for the 8 minutes. Next time, I will do what I did, broil for 4 minutes, take out of oven, turn and apply butter/seasonings again, so that it is cooked evenly. I ommited the salt and offered it at the dinner table though we didn't need it because it was seasoned just fine for us. I took another reveiwers advice and used fresh grated parm. We had this aside of fish. Great recip; we enjoyed it and I will make again. Thanks for posting!

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TheDancingCook October 11, 2007
Zucchini Parmesan