Posted By: spiceplace 
Aug 28  # 1 of 13

Here's an interesting way to serve zucchini that was posted by Raquelita in September 2006. The recipe is Zucchini Oven Chips, a breaded zucchini slice that is baked on a rack in the oven until crisp. Test one of the thick slices to make sure the chip is crisp before removing from the oven since oven temperatures vary.

The final result is a tasty, crunchy chip flavored with garlic and Parmesan cheese. This is a great recipe to serve with weekend barbecues. The effort for preparation is minimal and since the cooking time is 1/2 hour, that leaves plenty of time to cook the burgers or steaks. When serving with chicken, start baking these zucchini chips 1/2 hour after starting to cook the chicken

 Posted By: lifecooks 
Aug 28  # 2 of 13
This looks like a good idea. I would probably go heavier on the garlic and add a few other veggies in the mix like maybe an eggplant and another type of zuchini.
 Posted By: spiceplace 
Aug 28  # 3 of 13
Yeah, some eggplant, yellow squash and even a nice meaty tomato are adaptable to this recipe. I made the recipe for this post and can say for certain that is really a tasty vegetable side dish.

 Posted By: Mama Mangia 
Aug 28  # 4 of 13
You've all heard of eggplant parmesan - so why not use zucchini chips??
Place a bit of sauce in the bottom of your baking dish/casserole, layer zucchini with cheese and sauce, top with sauce and sprinkle with a nice Italian blend of cheeses; 350 to heat through and melt cheese!

A great side dish to serve with chicken or pork!

Or try a nice mix of breaded zucchini, eggplant, tomato slices and crookneck (summer) squash with cheese (using a buttered/oiled casserole). Serve with spaghetti sauce drizzled over each serving.
 Posted By: oldbay 
Aug 28  # 5 of 13
I'm thinking these would taste great dipped in an Italian seasoned tomato sauce.