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Published 3 years ago with 2 Comments

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  • ssladam (edited 3 years ago)
    +4

    Good recipe. But also a fair amount of work for what should be a quick / simple dish. I've got a similar poor-man / lazy-man's version, which a recipe list of things I always have laying around the house. (As opposed to anchovies, which I never have):

    - Slice the zukes cross-wise into ~1.5cm disks

    - cover cookie sheet in aluminium foil, and spray with a thin coat of oil to avoid sticking

    - Spread the zukes evenly, flatly across the sheet

    - Sprinkle with your choice of all-spice (Italian, Cajun, etc, whatever you fancy)

    - Top with cheese of your choice (I prefer mozzarella / cheddar blend)

    - Pop those suckers into a toaster oven, 180C for 18-20 minutes (Still firm, not cooked till mush)

    Whole prep takes just a few minutes. Once they're cooked it's a perfect appetizer while you prep the rest of the meal. Plus... cheese! Goes over a lot better than anchovies. :-D

    • NstealthL
      +1

      Well, now I know what I'm doing with that extra zucchini in the fridge. These are some nice recipes guys, thanks!

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