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Tian Provencal (Zucchini, Squash, Tomato Bake)

Tian Provencal (Zucchini, Squash, Tomato Bake)


This recipe is an old French recipe, popular in the Provence region.  It is versatile in that it can be made using many combinations of fresh summer vegetables.  The quantities and servings are variable.

Below is how I often make the dish.

1 large finely sliced onion

1 yellow squash

1 zucchini

2,3 or 4 cloves finely sliced garlic

Olive oil

Herbs de Provence or dried basil, dash of oregano, tarragon etc

Salt and pepper

Grated parmesan cheese

Fresh bread crumbs

Butter or oil bottom and sides of baking dish. Layer onions and garlic evenly

Place slices of vegetables in long rows

Top with salt, pepper and dried herbs

Drizzle well with olive oil

Mix fresh bread crumbs with grated cheese and top vegetables

Lightly drizzle crumbs and cheese with more oil

Bake in 350 degree oven for 30 minutes or until crumbs are browned




Reader Comments (1)

More Garlic. also pine nuts or other seasonal nuts... Because I'm a nut and I advocate their use at all times...
"Everything's better with a nut"...

I would go with a Fume Blanc...because that's my favorite sauterne...But That's me
Good food, good conversation good wine.... when it's good they blend and what the books and experts say is irrelevant.

It's who you're with more than what happens...with the right companion anything is pleasant.

September 8, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterAndyJ

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