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Old Sun, Apr-24-05, 12:24
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Default Garlic and Parmesan Zucchini

My boyfriend made this for me last night and it tastes amazing!

Garlic and Parmesan Zucchini

Ingredients:
3 medium zucchini
4 Tbsp. Parmesan cheese
2 tsp. garlic salt
2 Tbsp. butter

Preheat oven to 350 F.
Cut zucchini into thin slices and layer on a cookie sheet. Sprinkle garlic salt and Parmesan cheese over the zucchini. Slice butter and put these butter pats spaced out on top of the zucchini. Bake until slightly crispy and zucchini looks clear. BTW, amounts of Parmesan cheese and garlic salt are really to your own taste.

Enjoy! I know I love this
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Old Sun, Apr-24-05, 12:32
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Mmmmm! This sounds yummy! Just added zucchini to my grocery list!

Now, if I could just borrow your boyfriend to cook for me...... My DH wouldn't cook to save his soul! LOL
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Old Sun, Apr-24-05, 17:23
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LOL

He's actually cooked a lot more for me than I've cooked for him. He's definitely worth hanging onto!
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Old Mon, Apr-25-05, 15:25
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Okay....I HAVE the zucchini and will be making this recipe to go w/ supper! I'll report back later.......<reaching for my mandolin....>
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Old Mon, Apr-25-05, 15:34
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I bought some a few days ago and was wondering what to do with them. I'll give this a shot tonight, thank you!
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Old Mon, Apr-25-05, 22:02
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Mmmmm! *I* absolutely LOVED this! My dgtr said it was "okay...could have been crispier" (lol) and DH...well, he just doesn't LIKE zucchini unless it's batter-dipped and deep fried! Oh well.....all the more for ME!

The only thing I did differently was to use olive oil in lieu of the butter, but it went GREAT w/ my leftover LC lasagna!

Thanks so much for this idea!

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sounds really yummy. sue
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Old Mon, Jun-06-05, 07:39
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can you use the spray margerine on them? sue
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Old Tue, Jun-07-05, 18:49
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I don't see why not Just try it and you'll see if it works, I've only made it with butter but check it out and let us know how it goes.

Kristy
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Old Tue, Jun-07-05, 18:56
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This may sound like a silly question, but I am new to cooking zucchini (or eating it for that matter), but about how long should it take to cook? I got all the stuff to make it, and want to have it with dinner tomorrow night if possible. Thanks!!
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Old Wed, Jun-08-05, 11:25
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I think it takes about 15-20 minutes. It also depends on how crunchy you want them or how soft. Just keep checking on them and your kitchen will also start to smell good when they are close to being ready
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Old Wed, Jun-08-05, 13:36
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Thanks!! I cant wait to try this
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Old Wed, Jun-08-05, 18:27
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Just took them out of the oven and OMG they are yummy...thanks for this. I am just learning about liking veggies!!
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Old Thu, Jun-09-05, 08:04
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Thanks for this recipe - I might dip my slices in melted butter first instead of the butter pats. I do a chicken wings recipe a bit like this but never thought of doing it with zucchini.
Babs
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Old Sat, Jun-11-05, 10:28
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this sounds great will have to try it asap
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