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Zucchini Pie

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Part quiche, part omelette. Good for brunch or lunch or with a salad for a light supper. Personally? I like mine leftover for breakfast and covered in salsa!

Ingredients

  • 1 whole Onion, finely chopped
  • ⅓ cups Oil
  • 4 whole Eggs, Slightly Beaten
  • 1 cup Bisquick (Homemade Or Store-bought)
  • 3 cups Zucchini, Grated
  • 1 cup Cheddar Cheese, Grated
  • ½ cups Parmesan Cheese, Grated
  • 1 teaspoon Parsley

Preparation

Lightly saute the onion in some of the oil. While the onion is cooking, combine the rest of the ingredients in a large bowl. Don’t forget the rest of the oil!

Add the cooked onion and pour the mixture into a greased 9-inch pie plate. Bake 35-40 minutes at 350F, until golden brown across the top.

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iburnrice on 10.5.2009

My mom’s friend’s mom makes this… so yummy and a great way to get the kids to eat veggies!

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Karenpie on 8.12.2009

Thanks momofthree! So glad it worked for you! Isn’t it awesome when you find a recipe that the ENTIRE FAMILY will eat? It’s like a miracle or something . . .

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Karenpie on 8.12.2009

Hi candykettle! We use the bisquick for pancakes and waffles! There is an entire category of recipes out there called “impossible pie” recipes. Basically, you put a bunch of stuff in a pie plate (meat, veggies – think quiche ingredients without the eggs). Then mix up a thin Bisquick batter and pour over . As it bakes it forms it’s own crust. Maybe google “impossible pies?” I have one recipe I use for Thanksgiving leftovers. I may have to post that one for you.

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candykettle on 8.12.2009

This is a great recipe karenpie! I made it for my family for supper last night. It would be great for brunch also. What else can the Homemade Bisquick be used for ?

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momofthree2009 on 8.11.2009

In rating this recipe I accidentally hit “2 mitts” instead of “5 mitts”. Sorry! My family LOVED this recipe! It has a wonderful flavor and it easy to make. And my husband, who does NOT like zucchini, went back for seconds. We will making this again and again!

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musicmaven on 4.17.2011

Awesome recipe! I discovered I had no parmesan on hand so I used Swiss cheese instead- very good indeed! This will definitely be on the list to make again! :)

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crayongirl on 10.6.2010

Very tasty, easy and husband approved!

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jerobinso on 9.5.2010

I made this today for an easy Sunday brunch. I loved it, but my husband took only one bite before asking if I wanted to finish his portion (which I gladly did). A crust might have helped, as well as squeezing the zucchini a bit. I also added some mushrooms to the sauteed onions just because I had them on hand. I’ll make this again, but I will have to wait until I have someone else to share it with.

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LaurelAnne on 9.1.2010

This was good but a little mushy after 40 minutes. Maybe I should have squeezed the zucchini first before adding or cooked it longer? Still tasty…

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abbymaple on 8.31.2010

really good and hearty, my boyfriend who normally hates when i cook a vegetarian meal because he says he doesn’t get full, had no complains. really easy to make too.
I also was out of Bisquick at the moment so used pancake mix instead and it was still delisous :)

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