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Savory Zucchini Appetizer Recipe


This is a recipe I have been making for at least 25 years. A family favorite. I always grew my own garden and when these are in abundance, every picnic, party or gathering these were asked for. I couldn't make enough for everyone. They really are delicious, you won't be sorry you tried them and quick, easy, everyone will ask you for this recipe with one taste! I usually don't review my own recipes but I had to brag about this easy appetizer.....oh and if your really a cheese lover? Pile more mozzarella on top before cooking or after to make this like a pizza style appetizer!

1 1/2 cups of Bisquick
5 eggs
1/2 cup grating cheese
1 teas garlic powder
1/2 teas dried oregano
1/2 teas dried parsley
1/2 teas dried basil
1/2 cup oil
4 cups grated zucchini squeezed
1 cup of mozzarella
Mix all together and pour into a 13x9 pan bake until browned @350 around 35 to 45 minutes....cool cut into squares and serve. (My kids dip it in tomato sauce, but it doesn't need a thing!)
Cut into squares and serve warm or cold it's delicious!

29 comments:

  1. Looks like one of those easy, but delicious dishes!

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  2. I'd like to try out this recipe as it sounds really good. what can you use to substitute Bisquick? Is flour ok? I live in Brazil, and we can't get that here!

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  3. I love zucchini. This dish looks very good, so fragrant and aromatic. It seems also very easy to do. Great ^__^ Bye dear, have a good week

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  4. Looking good! Zucchini is such a cool ingredient. I love stuff than can go sweet or savory :)

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  5. I've heard of something similar to this, and have yet to make it.....it sounds so good with the zucchini and mozzarella! Yum!

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  6. This sounds delicious! I love recipes like this-- it sounds like a great and easy appetizer! Thanks for posting and hope you are having a happy 4th!

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  7. I have a fund raiser coming up and need to make appetizers this coming Friday. This should make a great item to add to my menu. Thanks for the recipe.

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  8. I'm saving this one in anticipation of my zucchini bounty from the garden soon :) It sounds delicious and I bet I could even get the kiddo to eat it too :) Hooray!

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  9. Everyone who grows zucchini will adore you for this! Looks yummy!

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  10. Zucchini is one of the more accepted veggies in my family, so I have bookmarked this to make in the future.Thanks for posting this delicious appetizer-buzz

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  11. I love your yummy recipe. We do a similar dish here in Greece!Hugs,dear!

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  12. This is so 50's. And I am so 50's. Great stuff!

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  13. these are the recipes that makes us come back for more... ones that are proven to be winners and family favorites

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  14. I have never heard of this but with all the zucchini coming up in my garden, I cant wait to try it!!!

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  15. Oh my God how good it looks, and i`m sure that it tastes delicious too. I think i will give this recipe a try, thanks a lot for sharing.

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  16. Sounds excellent, Claudia. Maybe this will be the answer to getting my kids to eat this vegetable...but I'm willing to eat it all myself if necessary :)

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  17. Dear Claudia, This sounds easy and delicious a perfect combination!!! It is good to say when something is delicious! Blessings dear, Catherine xo

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  18. I like how simple the recipe sounds and how gorgeous it turns out...:)!!

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  19. This looks similar to a zucchini dish my mom used to make in the summers when we had tons and tons of zucchini--loved it! I will try this when our plants kick in.

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  20. Quick & fabulous appetizer idea :)

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  21. Outstanding! Great yummy appetizer :) Buzzed!

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  22. yaaaay!! I can add this to my zucchini repertoire... my garden and I will be happy! :) Thanks for sharing my friend!

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  23. delicious way to use zucchini looks wonderful

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  24. This sounds really interesting, Claudia. A great use for all that zucchini I have in the garden right now :-)

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  25. I have 25 zucchini growing the garden right now. With this I can branch out from grilling and bread!

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  26. Great use of zucchini. I would definitely have to pile some more cheese on top...living with a rabid cheeselover and all. ;)

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  27. how long do you bake it and at what temp?

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  28. 350 till browned... I have to say around 35 to 40 minutes, it browns evenly every oven is different so you have to watch it.. I have never overcooked it since the moisture level is high...its just like a cake.. no fail really.

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  29. When I read and saw your recipes, whoaah it makes me hungry! I never experience baking food such this, Thanks for this post, now I have my guidelines to make this yummy food!

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