Baked Zucchini with Tomatoes

Baked Zucchini with Tomatoes created by Fairy Nuff

THIS COLORFUL DISH HAS A DISTINCTLY MEDITERRANEAN FLAIR. SERVE WITH SOMETHING SIMPLE- ROAST CHICKEN, FOR EXAMPLE, OR PASTA AND CHEESE.

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  • THIS COLORFUL DISH HAS A DISTINCTLY MEDITERRANEAN FLAIR.
  • SERVE WITH SOMETHING SIMPLE- ROAST CHICKEN, FOR EXAMPLE, OR PASTA AND CHEESE.
  • Preheat oven to 400F.
  • Core, seed and chop pepper.
  • Peel and finely chop onion.
  • Trim ends off the zucchini and remove the stem end from the tomatoes.
  • Cut both vegetables into 1/2-inch slices and arrange them in a buttered 1-or 1 1/2-quart baking dish with their edges overlapping slightly, alternating the tomato with zucchini.
  • Scatter the green pepper, onion, salt, and pepper over the slices.
  • Drizzle the oil evenly over the vegetables.
  • Place the dish in the oven and bake, uncovered, about 25 minutes, or until the squash is crisp-tender.
  • YOU CAN SUBSTITUTE YELLOW SQUASH.
  • THIS DISH CAN BE PREPARED AHEAD AND BAKED JUST BEFORE SERVING.
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"THIS COLORFUL DISH HAS A DISTINCTLY MEDITERRANEAN FLAIR. SERVE WITH SOMETHING SIMPLE- ROAST CHICKEN, FOR EXAMPLE, OR PASTA AND CHEESE."
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  1. Chris Brad
    I just made this with my dinner. I was planning on making the same thing only in a frying pan on the stove. Since it is cool today, I tried this, also adding some mushrooms, and a little cauliflower that I had. I used my favorite Italian dressing instead of the oil, and a bit of fresh basil. So easy, and delicious. I made it for myself figuring I would have leftovers, but I'm afraid I made quite the pig out of myself!
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  2. Chris Brad
    I just made this with my dinner. I was planning on making the same thing only in a frying pan on the stove. Since it is cool today, I tried this, also adding some mushrooms, and a little cauliflower that I had. I used my favorite Italian dressing instead of the oil, and a bit of fresh basil. So easy, and delicious. I made it for myself figuring I would have leftovers, but I'm afraid I made quite the pig out of myself!
    Reply
  3. Chef Alaska
    Just wonderful! Very flavorful. You can eat leftovers cold the next day, it is tasty.
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  4. artistclogger
    Superb side dish! I served it for a dinner party and everyone loved it. The only changes I made (very minor) were to add fresh minced garlic to the oil, then add the black pepper into a mix. I chopped the veggies the night before, then merely coated everything (stirring) with the oil mix before baking. The smell, taste and textures were terrific! I used grape tomatoes and omitted the salt. Thank you for such a wonderful, healthy and easy make-ahead recipe!
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  5. sue parenio
    This is truly the taste of summer. Use only vegs from your garden--fresh-picked zuke, a pepper and tomatoes, because this is only as good as the ingredients you put into it. I too added a little garlic and decreased the oil.....because I couldn't resist melting a little 3-cheeses Italian over the top, then finished with a handful of chopped herbs from the garden. Will be making this again and again, so thank you so much for the recipe!
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