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Polenta & Vegetable Bake

December 2005/January 2006, The EatingWell Healthy in a Hurry Cookbook (2006)

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This healthful and comforting vegetarian casserole is perfect on a cool night or any time of year when you want to remember clear, brisk October evenings. Make It a Meal: Enjoy with a glass of Zinfandel and for dessert, biscotti dipped in a fresh-brewed cup of coffee.



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"Great dish! I made a variation on the grill last night and it came out great. I brushed all the veggies with olive oil, italian seasoning and salt and pepper and grilled them. Lightly coated the polenta rounds and grilled them on my...
Polenta & Vegetable Bake

18 Reviews for Polenta & Vegetable Bake

01/09/2011
Fantastic!

Warm, comforting and wonderfully satisfying! Will definitely make again!

Easy to make and delicious!
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12/13/2010
YUM!

I didn't have any zucchini, so I used butternut squash instead (cubed like the eggplant and pre-roasted 15 minutes). Added two sliced shallots to the vegetables and some grated parmesan reggiano to the top layer of cheese. This dish will definitely satisfy any cravings for a cheesy Italian entree like lasagna or eggplant parmesan.

versatile, satisfying
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08/16/2010

Great dish! I made a variation on the grill last night and it came out great.
I brushed all the veggies with olive oil, italian seasoning and salt and pepper and grilled them.
Lightly coated the polenta rounds and grilled them on my veggie grill rack.
I also used fresh roma tomatoes which I also grilled.
I layered everything on a cookie sheet- topped with spinach leaves and then the cheese
- left on grill for a few minutes to melt the cheese.
Delicious!

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07/06/2010

A great tasting dish - added fresh string beans and used Muir Glen Tomato Basil Sauce.
Next time I'd add mushrooms - also would only cook it for 10 minutes in the oven,

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05/11/2010
Anonymous

Delicious, fast and easy! I did not have a tube of polenta on hand, so I made my own using instant. Great flavors.

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