out of users would make it again
5 out of 5
Worth the waitAugust 21, 2010 By bamasurface
Due to an over-zealous zucchini plant in my garden, I've been making zucchini recipes all summer long and this one has been the best (zucchini and feta cheese quesadilla is another good one). It does take a while to fry the zucchini. It'll probably take 1-1.5 hours to cook from start to finish, depending on your frying prowess. As my review title says, if you have the time and garden produce, I don't think you'll be disappointed in the outcome.
4 out of 5
Zucchini ParmesanAugust 08, 2009 By Jim.Dutmer
Didn't have time to bake, so I dropped out the sour cream. I fried zucchini in pan. In seperate pan heated diced tomatoes with spices as recommended. Once hot, poured diced tomatoes over the fried zucchini, poured parmesan over the top and covered. Not exactly what the recipe had in mind, but the taste was GREAT. Thanks for the ingredients and mix suggestion. Our zucchini and tomatoes are really coming in great from our garden and this recipe really hit the spot!!
2 out of 5
Too much troubleJuly 23, 2008 By ginniesmith1234
My husband liked it. If you have alot of time it is worth giving it a shot. The outcome is ""ok"". personally I have done zucchini much tastier with alot less trouble. I had the time today, hoping for a flavor able dish, but maybe not so much. Maybe my pallet is more discerning.
5 out of 5
A ""printer-friendly"" version would be great.October 26, 2007 By KARLDERSPINNT
Don't like burning up my ink colors on advertising."" The recipe is quite appealing and offers some health benefits when prepared with Olive Oil.