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    Zucchini Tart with Lemon Thyme and Goat Cheese

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    So, I ran across this picture little while back and thought, "Hmmmmmm... meat crust?"

    (Original recipe here ---> Zucchini Tart with Lemon Thyme and Goat Cheese - Fine Cooking Recipes, Techniques and Tips )
    So I looked up the recipe...
    And then I said... "Yes!"

    And I did it... with the chicken sandwich "bread" from another thread as a crust herbed up a little...
    (found here ---> http://foodfantabulous.wordpress.com...st-panini-blt/ )
    But next time I might just use a straight out chicken or turkey "meat crust", cause I felt a bit guilty with two types of cheese...
    And a few other little modifications like using less goat cheese (I sprinkled it on and had some left over... the zing from the goat cheese was in nice pockets) and adding a layer of sweet caramelized onions under the zucchini.
    So this isn't exactly a full on "recipe" as just a brilliant idea (IMO) for getting some seriously delicious "veggie pizza" in your mouth.

    YUM!
    A really great treat.
    Last edited by cori93437; 07-17-2012 at 01:13 PM.
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    This would also be delicious with an egg "crust". A frittata topped like this would be yummy. Good find!

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    Yum.
    I just couldn't imagine lining up all those zucchini slices, if I make it it will be a messy version!

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    Ha!
    I'll admit that mine was not as pretty... but it was darn tasty nonetheless.
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    Ok I made it and it looked like a dog's breakfast but it was delicious. Next time, I think I agree about caramelised onion, or maybe roasted capsicum.

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    You can do a crust and just sub in a white rice flour/tapioca starch blend and it would work pretty well. Or coconut flour + lots of eggs + shredded cheese could approximate. The cheese will probably be necessary to help "crisp" it.
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