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Provençal Summer Vegetables

July/August 2010

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This stunning side dish of layered tomatoes, eggplant, summer squash and leeks bursts with fresh flavor. To make it even more colorful, use half a summer squash and half a zucchini. Try it alongside any grilled meat. Leftovers are delicious sandwiched between slices of crusty whole-grain bread.



READER'S COMMENT:
"I put a 15-oz can of great northern beans on top of the leek mixture and then placed the vegetable slices on top of that. I served it with brown rice to make it a complete vegetarian meal. I agree with "disenberg" about the temperature...
Provençal Summer Vegetables

11 Reviews for Provençal Summer Vegetables

06/11/2014
Magnificent new meal idea!

The Provençal Summer Veggies were delicious. I understand why some say they can eat the whole thing....it was just delightful. A new easy way to fix EGGPLANT.

Easy, fresh summer veggies, great for you
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10/11/2013
Anonymous
i just ate the entire dish myself

I am blown away by how delicious this turned out.. i used tomatoes, eggplant & sweet pepper then seasoned with herbs de provence (skipped the cheese) and put it in the oven to bake. the bed of leek/garlic was absolutely unreal. as a carbivore, i can't believe how tasty this was considering it was just veggies. thank you!

easy!!
the yummy dish + leek greens for other dishes !
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09/08/2012
Anonymous
Keeper!!

This is a keeper! I've cooked several times. I did use onions instead of leeks, because my local grocery didn't have leeks. I am cooking it tonight for our football bbq! :)

Healthy but mighty tasty!
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08/24/2012
Anonymous
Delicious!

This was delicious. Made a few changes so I could use more of what I had at the house. Instead of leeks, I used white onion & green onion, Subbed portobello for the eggplant and used all zucchini. It's a keeper.

Simple, Delicious
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07/20/2012
Anonymous

I made this many times last summer. Fresh eggplant, zuchinni and tomatoes from the garden. I found that the tomatoes turned to mush before the other veggies were done, so now I cook the others vegetables and thinly sliced onion until almost done. Then I interleave the tomatoes and grate the cheese on top. I'm not a vegetarian, but this is great as a main dish by itself.

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