Excellent recipe. I followed it exactly and was very happy with the blend of flavors and consistency of the squash, tomatoes and onions. i might try a layer of large mushrooms the next time I make it.
I had squash and tomatoes which I needed to use during summer's bounty. A wonderful way to cook these magnificent veggies at their most plentiful and flavorful.
I have made this many times since it first appeared in issue #33. It is one of our favorites. To save time I use onions that I have caramelized in my crockpot and then kept in the freezer.
This tastes delicious but how come I ended up with over a cup of liquid even after letting it sit of over 30 mins!! WAAAAY too watery and I followed instructions to a T.
For all that work I expected better.
Phenomenal recipe. The whole family loves it and it comes out great every time. I mix it up a bit - using different herbs and topping it off with seasoned bread crumbs. I also simplified it a bit and just layered the veggies in my cast iron skillet. Cooking time is the same! Serve it with pasta or just eat it by itself. This recipe is a keeper.
So delicious! It's a great dish to bring to a potluck.
You should show case this dish...everytime I make it, the reviews are fantastic! My family loves it.
Have made this about a dozen times for guests or to take to a covered dish dinner, and it gets raves every time! Truly delicious, even if a wee bit labor intensive.
LOVE this recipe! It sounds kind of ordinary but it is delicious and comes out great everytime.
Have made dish several times. Served to guests and they all asked for the recipe.
One of the best recipes ever published in Fine Cooking. Be sure to deeply caramelize the onions as it contributes deep flavor to this dish. A late summer highlight every year.
This is one of my all-time favorite FC recipes. Delicious combination of flavors and beautiful presentation. I make it often during spring and summer entertaining; it's always a hit!
This recipe is great for entertaining --- especially at the end of summer when the farmers' market is loaded with zucchini and tomatoes!
A terrific combination...it's the taste of summer even when it's not! Delicious.
Awesome recipe! I've used it again and again, and it always gets rave reviews!
Great recipe, Susie! I didn't have time to make the carmelized onions, and subbed shredded parmesan instead of parmesan reggiano. It still came out great, and we are looking forward to making it again, with all of the ingredients. This may be a sidedish on the Thanksgiving dinner table. Thank you!
Very good flavour, colour and texture. I added a bread crumb topping mixed with herbs and the parmesan cheese. You can prepare it ahead, but drain excess fluid before cooking.