Servings: four to six.
Be sure to brown the squash for the best flavor.
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Pretty much followed the recipe. Really good. My husband loved it. Could see this at brunch with fruit or as a side dish with some grilled meat or fish. I had veg from the farmers market, but think I'll still be making it after that's no longer an option.
Made this out of season but decided it was fate when I had 12 leftover baguette slices! This was so delicious not sure if using available ingredients made it way better so I'll try it again as written. I used arugula instead of basil and 6 ounces of drained petite diced fire roasted tomatoes. Made it for the 2 of us and it was delicious the next day too.
This recipe was simple and tasty. Absolutley delicious, make sure to brown the zucchini thoroughly.
Great flavor, excellent way to use fresh veggies that are abundant now. Many steps to make it, but a hit with the whole family. I minced the garlic and browned with onion rather than just rubbing the bread with it. Excellent for a big lunch or light dinner.
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