Potato, Zucchini and Onion Slices With Fresh Herbs
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- Ready In:
- Preheat oven to 425°F.
- Grease or oil 13x9-inch pan.
- Combine herbs (rosemary, chives and oregano) in small bowl.
- Using a food processor or a knife, slice potatoes, zucchini, green pepper and onion into thin slices.
- Toss vegetables.
- In prepared pan, place one layer of vegetables, sprinkle with olive oil, add some herbs and salt (if using) and pepper.
- Repeat layers (having three uneven layers).
- Cook in preheated oven for 20 minutes.
- Turn vegetables (vegetable layers will break up but that's okay).
- Continue turning vegetables until all are turned over.
- Continue cooking for 20-30 minutes or until vegetables are cooked and potatoes are golden brown.
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Excellent! I have to admit, I made this a disaster the first time I cooked it. I sliced the veggies too thin (using a mandolin)and cooked at too high a temperature. The dish size specified was too big. What we could rescue from the center of the casserole was delicious. I made this again in a 10x10" casserole, thin sliced the veggies by hand and cooked at 350°F for 60 mins without turning. The fresh herbs gave this dish a sensational flavor which is so addictive that I will make it again and again and again!
Excellent! The best compliment I can give is to tell you that my kids ate A LOT of this and they usually wouldn't touch zucchini! I changed some amts. just a bit, using: 4 small potatoes, 1 very large zucchini (from my garden) and 2 small onions. All the other ingredient amts. were kept the same. The 9x13 pan and cooking time were perfect. All the veggies and herbs meld together beautifully, giving it a buttery, creamy texture. I loved using the fresh herbs from my garden but will gladly buy the herbs during the winter to make this dish. Thank you! ~Made for Veg*n Swap~
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