Total TimePrep/Total Time: 30 min.
needs more ingredients.
LOVED this basic recipe and I also added leftover chopped ham, shredded cheese, chopped onion, pepper and garlic powder as well as spinach. What a wonderful recipe to build on and add to depending on what you have or what is fresh in the garden! I used less biscuit/baking mix but it turned out well as the recipe calls for as well. I loved it with fresh sliced tomatoes for breakfast!
For those of you without a/c, who do not want to heat up your kitchen, this can be baked in the microwave. Bake at 100% power for approximately 8 minutes and turn casserole 1/2 turn and bake two more minutes or until center is set. I use 1/4 cup oil and dot with butter and it turns out fine.
I made it with a scant cup of Betty Crocker's gluten free Bisquick. Very Good. I wish all of Bettie's recipes would say the substitute/alternative ingredients and amounts for gluten free people.
I made this for a family get together and it went over really well. Very simple to prepare and I ended up serving it cold, which was still delicious. Cheddar cheese and onion work very well in this dish too.
I absolutely LOVE this recipe. Great way to use zucchini, great for snacking, side dish, breakfast -- very versatile. The flavor is subtle so it goes well with many things. I add chopped onions, peppers, even cubed ham.
Perfect dinner or breakfast when your fridge is empty. I added some sliced tomatos to dress up the top before baking.
I bake this in a square pan (add some chopped onion) and cool, then cut into about 2" squares to serve as an appetizer. Always goes over big. BUT, have also used it as a main course with some sliced tomatoes and a nice green salad. Very nice, light and easy and delicious.
I make this often at home and everyone loves it! I add salt, pepper, mushrooms, and onions too. Gives it more flavor!
This recipe is a keeper, got rave reviews from family for taste, texture, easy to prepare. We plan to try it with other veggies, too. Great hot from the oven or room temp. Similar to quiche, but less 'eggy'; similar to squash casserole but firmer.