When my blogger friend, Barbara, posted her Clafoutis Provencal, I knew we would love it. I also knew that if I were to make this while in our travel trailer, I would have to make some adjustments. Our little kitchen is small and so is the oven. In fact, this was only the second time we attempted to bake in it. It works just fine.
Also missing was my mandolin for slicing the zucchini, but with a careful attempt, we actually got them sliced thin enough. The overwhelming surprise of this recipe was the smell coming out of the oven. It was so breathtakingly delicious, I could hardly wait for dinner.
This is definitely a recipe that I will make often in the future. It is a perfect vegetable dish to serve with any type of entree. Barbara, thank you so much for sharing this fantastic recipe from your kitchen. I wish we could have enjoyed it together.
Please visit Barbara and her blog, Cuisine de Provence and copy this recipe.
Susan, it looks delicious, and where in the world do you think I might find some zucchini. LOLReplyDelete
I have made fritters with Tzatziki sauce, a zucchini casserole with mozzarella and ricotta cheese, grilled zucchini, fritters, casserole... now this would be a new nice twist.
Enjoy! and thanks.
Just proves good cooks can find a way to cook, no matter the circumstances. This looks fantastic Susan. I'm off to see the recipe.ReplyDelete
Oh my, what a perfect dish, especially with zucchini in abundance! Thank you.ReplyDelete
I agree with Sam!
With such high remarks, I cannot help but go check it out!! ;) blessings ~ tannaReplyDelete
It's the cook, not the accoutrements, that make the dish. This looks delicious and I am off to check the recipe.ReplyDelete
Those are high accolades from you - I'm off to have a look at the recipe!ReplyDelete
Thank you Susan, I am so glad you like the Clafoutis - bon apétit to you and Dale aka The Trout.ReplyDelete
I have had this on my to-do list. I have some tapenade left over from a cod dish I just made and wondered if it would work in this dish.ReplyDelete
Looks wonderful and I could always use another recipe for zucchini!ReplyDelete
This is a great recipe to try! It looks delicious! I have a mandolin that has hardly been touched, scares me every time I look at it. So I really admire you, Susan because not only can you bake well, you can use a mandolin!ReplyDelete