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Monday, October 27, 2008

Tomato Zucchini Pie

Crust
1 1/4 c flour
1/2 c corn flake crumbs
1/2 t salt
1/3 c oil
2 T cold water
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Preheat oven to 375
Mix flour, flakes and salt.
Stir in oil first, then stir in water.
Press into greased 9" pie plate.
Bake 10 minutes.
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Meanwhile...
Filling
1 T olive oil
1 small onion, finely chopped
1 clove garlic, chopped
1 small zucchini, small cubes
1 small tomato, seeded and chopped
1 t Italian seasoning
2 eggs
1 c milk
1/2 t salt
pepper
1/2 c parmesan, divided
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Saute onion in oil until tender.
Add garlic, and zucchini and saute 2 min.
Add tomato and seasonings. Heat through.
Place veggies in crust.
Whisk eggs, milk and 1/4 c cheese.
Pour over veggies. Top with remaining cheese.
Bake 35-40 minutes ~ brown and knife comes
out clean in center. Let stand 10 minutes
before cutting.
**** (I substituted Corn Chex for the flakes the last time I made it and thought the crust was crispier...yum!)
Shown here served with pan fried catfish and mixed greens.
BTW...I combined 2 recipes from Tyler Florence
and Emeril Lagasse for the catfish and it was
the best...succulent, flavorful and very crispy.
A quick marinade and Panko Japanese breadcrumbs
are the secret! I may post the recipe in the future!

18 comments:

  1. What a delicious looking meal! I'd be curious about your catfish recipe. I've never cooked catfish at home (although I do like to eat it out), but I fix different white fishes at home often.
    Can't wait to hear more about your white chili, too. Hope it turns out well. We love white chili!

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  2. Lora ~ I'll post the fish recipe...it's a keeper...and the first time I really got pan fried fish to turn out great. I'm anxious to try the chili myself!...later this week! Are you enjoying your mom and sister?...oh...and you got to go OUT to eat tonight! lucky you!

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  3. My mouth is watering. Literally!

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  4. It looks so lovely and I am sure it tasted so yummy! I'll look forward to the fish recipe.

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  5. Holy HOOCH! I'm not sure how I stumbled across your blog, but I'm sooooo making this!

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  6. Oh, see? You had me sitting in the living room admiring your fern and now I have missed one fabulous dinner! It really looks good! Any of that pie left?
    Thank you for the recipe!

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  7. well great post as always ~ i am sitting hungry of the pie and it is early morning!

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  8. Christine ~ hi and welcome! I hope you enjoy this pie...leftovers are great, too!...which I plan on enjoying later today! I'll come visit you today... :)

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  9. Museswings~ What? If I'd known you were relaxing in the living room, I would have brought you a plate! :) I'm surprised the smell didn't drive you crazy as it baked! ha!

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  10. Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, ... that's all I can say as I feast on this photo!

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  11. you always have the most delicious recipes and photos of the food! I will have to try this!!

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  12. Melinda ~ well thanks, it's a shame, actually, that the triplets won't eat my cooking...you know..those self-inflicted diets of theirs! Alex has come around to a few tastes of things, but the others are diehard to their 8 things that they will eat! (I know you can relate!)

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  13. I simply must try this recipe. It looks mouthwatering.

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  14. Yum! This looks like a perfect savory for tea...Saving this recipe for sure!

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  15. This looks delicious. I was planning on making quiche, but I am going to make this instead. I have a few zuchini left in the garden and possibly a tomato. Can't wait to make this! Thanks for sharing

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