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I made this for brunch using zucchini given to me by a friend. What a treat! I made it exactly as directed using fresh basil & oregano out of my herb garden. Very easy to make and oh so tasty. Thanks for another great recipe. :-)

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Merlot September 05, 2002

My dad is known for growing GIGANTIC Zucchini in the summer, so mom and I are left with the task of finding uses for them! This recipe is a definate keeper. I made a few substitutions, but this came out great! I used 1/4 of a large white onion instead of the scallion, and cheddar & colby cheeses instead of the swiss. And dad proved, Real Men DO Eat Quiche!

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DoctorMel August 12, 2006

I doubled this recipe, used a large leek instead of the scallion and added about 1/4 of milk. It was fabulous! Lots of great flavour and I can't find a better way to use zucchini. My kids and husband loved it.

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Bandito July 16, 2006

Fabulous! I agree with Miss Annie, getting the moisture out of the zucchini is key. Made a wonderful light (in texture) side dish for dinner. Would also make a great main dish. I love that there's no crust, eating zucchini just doesn't get any easier than this! Thanks, Beaner!

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LonghornMama August 08, 2005

I have made this quiche several times, and each time this knocks my socks off. I'm sorry that I have taken so long to review it. Letting the squash sit to get out the extra moisture is a key step, IMHO. I made this the way it was written, and I have also made this exchanging herbs and cheeses. You cannot go wrong with the original recipe and you can't go wrong if you are feeling experimental. Thanks, Beaner for sharing! :-)

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Miss Annie September 25, 2004
Zucchini Quiche