24 Reviews

I was going to submit this recipe, but I thought I would check first, glad I did!!! I also add 2 grated carrot to the mix, just for colour. This is a great slice, hot or cold, picnic, lunch. Try it, you WILL make it again

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mummamills June 20, 2003

Just an update. I made this today and subbed the cup of self raising flour for a cup of gluten free flour. It worked out wonderfully with the only change being to bake it for an extra 15 minutes. I needed something to make the kids for lunch today and this was it!! It was easy to make (especially with a food processor to do all the grating and chopping!!),and the result was very tasty.Three satisfied kids (and one Mum) who really enjoyed their "bacon slice" (lol-my kids don't like zucchini). Thanks Chrissyo!!!!

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Fairy Nuff March 24, 2009

Very yummy!! quick and easy to make, this is my dinner for tonight. i thought just with salt and pepper for seasoning it would be a bit bland but it;s not, very nice.

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foodlover1 February 24, 2008

This is the exact same recipe I have and its beautiful. I sometimes leave out the bacon and put mushroom and grated squash into it. There is plenty of room for mixing ingredients to get a tonne of variations. Yummy.

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Rainette July 28, 2007

Wonderful tasting quick to prepare, looks good, handy for lunches or picnics. You can also grate in a carrot which adds to the flavour and colour. I discovered this once when there were no zucchini in the pantry.

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geminada July 24, 2007

Delicious! I added a few pinches of salt, some grated carrot, a bit extra bacon and melted some extra cheese on top. Perfect. Will definitely be made often :-)

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nekura February 05, 2007

i found when i did this for the first time that 1/2 a cup of oil made the zucchini slice way to oily so i just used the oil to grease the tin or tray with and it was fine :)

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Susan R. July 17, 2014

I thought it was ok, but the mostly raw onion in it just about did me in. And since I am not a fan of bacon, I fried a small pkg., of crumbled sausage links with half the onion and added about a tablespoon of chopped chives. Also, I only used 2 eggs and subbed EggBeaters for the rest. it suited me perfectly. I think this is a really good tweaker recipe. I am Sooooooo glad this was submitted. I am always trying to find veggie recipes, especially zucchini ones. a big thanks to the creator of this!!

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Sugar mark August 15, 2013

Delish!!!! I grated 1/2 an onion as I do no like raw onion chunks and added mushroom and over the top I sprinklet parmasan bread crumbs - will be making again that is for sure!

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susanmcnarn February 16, 2013

I've had this same recipe for years also , given to me by my sister and everyone loves it. Over the years I've made a few variations . I've cut the oil back to 1/3 cup and halved the amount of cheese and added about 125 gr of grated roast vegies from left overs so that the combined zucchini veg combo totals 500gr . Mashed pumpkin , grated roast potato and carrot and believe it or not a bit of finely sliced sauteed cabbage are my favourite to add

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mrexy February 06, 2013
Zucchini Slice