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wow, what a great recipe... if you want to omit some fat, you can skip on the bacon and fry/soften your onions in a little olive oil... results were just as tasty... also, I substituted a can of drained stewed tomatoes for the deseeded/diced tomatoes. This was delicious!
I normally never take the time to review recipes, but this one is so perfect that I feel compelled to let everyone know how fantastic it is. I made the recipe exactly as directed, and my 3 boys were begging for more. Nothing needed to be changed or added. This is a new favorite, thanks for sharing!!
This is the best simple squash recipe I've had yet! I did make a few changes. I just used a tspn of bacon drippings and added bacon bits to it before serving. I also cooked it all together covered in frying pan and added a little more chili powder for zip. Great summer dish!
I followed the recipes exactly. Very different and good dish. Next time I will cut back on the amount of time I cook the vegetables up front (or maybe skip it at all) because the vegetables got over cooked when I sauteed everything together at the end.
This is an yummy, somewhat sweet and interesting way to prepare zuccini/yellow squash. It complemented the BBQ salmon I made very well. Even my veggie-avoiding son ate it! I didn't have bacon, but he would have liked that even more I bet. I made it again and it is good with the bacon. Watch the red pepper if you don't like spicy.
This is the best squash recipe I've ever come across. Absolutely delicious, easy to make and gets even non-squash lovers talking about it. I did swap out regular bacon for turkey bacon and have used a variety of vegetables in the recipe - bell peppers, larger pieces of onion, eggplant. I've never used zucchini or tomato in my versions - so if you don't like those vegetables, no worries - you will still love this with your substitutions. I also use minced garlic, but I'm sure either would work fine. Happy eating!
This was pretty good. I really liked the blend of seasonings and the texture of the crunchy bacon. I altered it just a little: I used more of all the seasonings, I used turkey bacon, a can of diced tomatoes in juice, but I drained a lot of the juice out. I also added a little fresh mozzarella on top for serving. It was a great summer meal served with a glass of white wine.
This was so fresh and light tasting. I already had some cooked bacon - so I used a tbsp of butter instead. I also added a pinch of garlic salt, a sprinkle of Parmesan and left out the onion powder (I didn't have any). Even if this has to simmer longer because the rest of your meal is not ready - it still tastes great.