Wednesday, 29 January 2014

Zucchini Slice!

At this time of the year, some of us have access to Zucchini's.  One of our daughter in law's supplies us with many, so hence it's into cooking them, one way is by making a slice in the oven. This slice could be likened to a type of Quiche. It's very tasty and we usually have a piece for afternoon tea, or supper before bedtime if peckish. Anyway they always get eaten. Sometimes I freeze them.


The Zucchini


Preparing


Ready to be cooked


After cooking


Ready to eat.

The Recipe.

Grate with skin on 375g of Zucchini = 3/4 lb
1 large onion
3 rashes of bacon
1 cup of grated cheeder cheese
1 cup of Self Raising Flour
1/2 cup of oil (small cup)
5 eggs
Salt and pepper

Method.
Finely chop onion and bacon
Beat eggs and mix all ingredients together.
Pour into shallow greased baking dish
Bake 40 - 1 hour in moderate oven.
Options - are crushed garlic, grated carrot, capsicum chopped finely can be added to the above.

16 comments:

  1. I love zucchini! Your recipe sounds really good. Have you tried making zucchini bread? It is delicious!

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    1. No I haven't tried Zucchini bread, will look for recipe.

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  2. That sounds really tasty and easy to make too - I suppose it is delicious eaten hot or cold?

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    1. It's tasty. Something different. Yes, can be eaten hot or cold, and can be frozen which I do sometimes instead of wasting the zucchini's.

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  3. we have them year round (at least in the produce department) over here.

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  4. Oh M I cannot wait to try this I will have to copy it down and wait till summer. It looks so delicious. One question? What is three rashes of bacon? Would that be slices? Oh thank you. Xoxox G

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    1. It is lovely, we like it.
      I should imagine slices would be same as rashes, and of course you can add 4 slices if you wish...it's a recipe which you can add a few things to as I mentioned. Hugs M xx

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  5. thank you Margaret, it's one of my faves and i'll definitely be making it soon

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    1. It's lovely Diane. Can be frozen then thawed when necessary.

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  7. This looks delicious.
    Thank you for your very kind comments on my blog. It is nice to have a new blog friend!

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    1. For me it is delicious.
      You are welcome. Yes, it is lovely to have new blog friend :)

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  8. It looks very good, congratulations.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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