Garlic Zucchini

Looking for a flavorful side dish?  This one is fast and simple, and is perfect served alongside the Italian Meat Loaf, or one of my many chicken recipes like White Wine Chicken and Mushrooms or Butterflied Baked Chicken.  Start by cleaning and slicing two or three zucchini.

Garlic Zucchini ~ From My Carolina Home

Arrange the slices on a baking sheet sprayed with no-stick spray.

Garlic Zucchini | From My Carolina Home

Sprinkle with garlic salt and grated cheese. This time I used Parmesan. When I made this with the meat loaf, I used an Italian Blend cheese of Parmesan, Romano and Mozzarella.

Garlic Zucchini | From My Carolina Home

Bake at 350 degrees for 15-20 minutes until slices are tender and cheese is melted and lightly browned.

Garlic Zucchini | From My Carolina Home

Be sure to scoop up any cheese on the baking sheet as you serve.

Garlic Zucchini ~ From My Carolina Home

Yum! So fast and easy, you don’t even need a recipe. Just slice, top and bake. Enjoy!

Italian Meat Loaf ~ From My Carolina Home

Another day, served alongside grilled pork ribs and Parmesan linguini with sun dried tomatoes.

Garlic Zucchini | From My Carolina Home

Yum, now I have to hope that my zucchini plant in the garden will produce a lot of zucchini!  Do you like zucchini?

10 thoughts on “Garlic Zucchini

  1. Good Morning Carole. I dont like zucchini BUT my daughter does and she makes different things with it. I will share this recipe with her and I will try it with her. Have a great day today.

  2. I’ve been using spiralized zucchini as noodles for spaghetti instead of pasta noodles. The trick, apparently, is to only cook the noodles for 2-3 minutes so they’re al dente.

  3. Good Morning Carole! Oh how wonderful! I can actually smell it baking and my mouth is watering. We love zucchini and have never thought to do something like this. But, thanks to you for sharing this magnificent recipe; we will be giving this a try quite often! Thank you so much for sharing. Have a fantastic creative day! Hope that studying is going well and getting closer to being done for the year! I do know how important it is to do this though so thank you for being such a devoted and excellent person!

  4. dezertsuz

    That looks yummy, and so completely easy! Thanks – great for summer as I bet it can be made on the grill with the lid closed, too.

  5. Barbara Jenkins

    So easy and it looks delicious. I will try it as soon a the zucchini comes to the farm stand…..

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