By chia on July 19, 2004
Photo by R.Lynn
Photo by R.Lynn
"Roasting vegetables brings out their sweetness and intensifies their flavors. Tomatoes and zucchini are perfect partners in this tasty recipe. It is best to try and match the zucchini and tomatoes in size for the best results. I adapted this recipe from another site,using home grown tomatoes"
Serving Size: 1 (179 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"This is just perfect! I used Italian herbs instead of Thyme and splashed a little balsamic vinegar over it during the last 5 min of cooking .... YUM! Served it with pasta n pesto and it would be awesome over rice, too! (or on a homemade pizza!) KEEPER!"
"This tasted very good! I cut the recipe in half but added some broccoli. I also used 5 cloves of garlic and used Italian seasoning. Delicious!"
"WONDERFUL! I love tomatoes and always look for different roasted methods for them. This was AWESOME with the onions and zucchini. I quadrupled the garlic and quartered the zucchini's and tomatoes. PERFECT! Will definitely make again."
"This was quite delicious and a very pretty side dish. I used fresh thyme and grape tomatoes cut in half.as this is what I had available. The left overs were great over whole wheat pasta too!! Thanks Chia!"
"Yum. This turned out great. The veggies were cooked perfectly and I added shredded mozz at the end."
"A good way to do zucchini. Very flavorful."
"Tonight we gorged on an assortment of roasted vegies and my kids picked this recipe, with one change. DS is allergic to even moderately raw tomatoes, so just in case, we used a spoonful of sundried tomato pesto and omitted the fresh tomatoes. Despite this change, it was still really yummy. We doubled the recipe and it was mostly gone! Cook time was right on. Thanks so much for posting this Chia!"
"Absolutely delicious!! Only change I made was I used a red onion. I'm making this again tonight for the second time. Thanks chia for such a nice recipe."
"Chia, I loved this recipe. The colors and taste and texture was right up my alley. I thought the thyme was just the right seasoning. I cut the recipe to serve 1 and still had some left over. This makes a lovely side dish. Thanks for sharing!"
"OH MY GOODNESS! Absoutely delish! It should be illegal that something so simple can taste so good. If you like roasted vegetables, try this. It's just fantastic!"
"I have prepared a stove-top sauté version of these veggies for years. Making them in the oven made it even easier. In order to complement the rest of the meal, I omitted the thyme and gave the veggies a squeeze of fresh lime juice as I pulled them from the oven. Wonderful. I can't wait to have fresh garden tomatoes and zucchini again. "
"Very good, and easy to prepare. It looked great in the dish with the exception of the browning aspect. I didn't want to keep cooking, so I gave up on the color. Another time, I will top with just a bit of grated cheese to give it a finished appearance. I love zucchini, tomatoes, and onions in just about any combination, so of course this was an instant winner. Thanks for posting this tasty and pretty recipe."
"Nice presentation and delicious side dish! I used Walla Walla sweet onions, garden produced zucchini and tomatoes; finished it up the last five minutes with some grated sharp white New York cheddar cheese. Also added a little oregano. Thanks for sharing. "
"Chia , this is a delicious, easy recipe. I used fresh zucchini and tomatoes out of our garden. Used a red oinon instead of the vidalia, other than that I made it just like the recipe said. We loved this and will be making it again soon."