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I have been making this for 40 years. Not quite the same recipe however. I use one can of diced tomatoes instead of fresh...oregano instead of basil...and FRESH parmesan cheese. People who dislike squash love this (if you can get them to taste with an open mind):o) Jerri
This recipe is fabulous! I added a splash of balsalmic vinegar when adding the tomatoes and it added a yummy contrast to the blue cheese and some nice color contrast for an attractive dish. MMMMM!!! My family loved this one.
Great recipe. I made some modifications. First of all I did not use the bacon at all. For frying I used olive oil. I used yellow onions minced garlic (lots) a dash of balsamic vinegar and added ripe olives. I used feta cheese instead of blue cheese.
I really liked this. I made a couple of changes based upon what was in the fridge. I used fresh basil instead dried turkey bacon and ff feta cheese instead of blue. I did think it needed a bit more taste at the end so I added a dash of tabasco and a little garlic salt. I can't wait to try this with the blue cheese next time.
This is a delicious recipe! Great way to use local fresh veggies. I made as written other than subbing parm for the blue cheese at the end. Another reviewer suggested adding a splash of balsamic vinegar. I'll think that would go great in this so I will try it next time.
I needed a great recipe after my neighbor gifted me a huge zucchini. First of all, my husband hates zucchini. I normally just grill it with EVOO, salt, and pepper (then I eat most of it and beg him to eat one slice). Somehow adding bacon and bleu cheese changed EVERYTHING. We've had this dish twice in one week. It's super fast, easy, and I am literally picking the basil and tomatoes straight from the garden prior to preparation. EASY! Many reviewers have stated their use of feta instead of bleu cheese, but I think the bleu cheese ties the dish together with just enough tang to delight the palate. I followed the recipe except for adding an extra piece of bacon and fresh versus dried basil. Definitely a keep and repeat. Does anyone have suggestions for making this a complete meal? Maybe adding beans or another protein? Thanks!