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Zucchini and Yellow Squash Gratin

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Panko is an innovative Japanese flaky riff on breadcrumbs. It makes an excellent crusty topping for gratins like this one and macaroni and cheese.

Source: Everyday Food, May 2007
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  • cathy.becker2
    23 JUL, 2017
    It's hard to find new and different ways to serve zucchini...getting bored with the same old thing. This recipe is a keeper - my husband loved it. I made it this morning and served it at room temperature for dinner.
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  • ljh771231
    29 JUN, 2017
    Love all the recipes zuchhini awesome macaroons out of this world keep them coming!
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  • ishaolinma4928149
    27 JUN, 2017
    Great recipe!
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  • MS10502372
    12 MAY, 2017
    Delicious! Followed another user's advice and sliced thinner than recommended- 1/8" thick.
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  • alma7lou
    2 MAY, 2017
    The family loved it and I will be making it again!
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  • 28prancer
    26 NOV, 2016
    This is a family favorite but I doctor it up - I do cut the squash about 1/4" thick, I use onions, extra garlic and more parmesan AND I have added asiago and it is great! We like cheese!
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  • sk3712354gmail
    26 NOV, 2016
    I've made a few times. Great recipe ! The only problem is with measurement. Recipe says 'sliced crosswise 1/4 inch thick' = 6 mm. On the picture slices are like 2 mm thick. Changed thickness to 2 mm and result is way better :)
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  • orwebermsncom
    14 DEC, 2015
    Excellent recipe, easy to make. I followed the recipe but also did the following: after spooning vegetables to baking dish I added cream to frying pan and freshly grated pecorino Romano cheese, cook on low heat for a few minutes until cheese melts and pour over vegetables. Also, I mixed fresh parmesan, pecorino Romano with the panko bread crumbs. My guests loved this recipe.
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  • navyeyes_85yah
    28 NOV, 2015
    For some reason the cream never thickened. Any ideas why? I added a full onion and extra garlic and a few tomatoes. Tasted great! Just soupy cuz it never thickened...
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    • doandesire4284756
      27 JUN, 2017
      Maybe to much liquid in tomatoes
  • reofca
    4 APR, 2015
    Can you make this ahead of time ?
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    • RobbW
      23 JUN, 2015
      I have made this several times and it is delicious. It is good the next day reheated but the bread crumb topping is no longer crisp.

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