Kathie's StoryI got this recipe from my aunt who made it often. I think its either a Magic Crust or Impossible Pie. It does make its own crust as it bakes.
Aunt Ina gave me a hand-written copy of this recipe back in the 1980's with no source.
Do be careful about how juicy the tomatoes are. The pie can be soggy if they are very juicy. Also be sure not to over-bake or the pie will be too dry.
I really like it and get lots of compliments when I take it to a pot luck dinner.
chopped fresh tomato, drain any juice off
grated parmesan cheese (you may substitute any cheese you prefer like shredded cheddar or swiss)
1 1/2 c
baking mix, like bisquick
freshly ground black pepper
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1Pre-heat oven to 400 degrees. Grease a 10-inch pie plate.
Sprinkle tomato, zucchini, onion and Parmesan cheese on bottom of pie plate.
2Beat together remaining ingredients until smooth, 15 seconds in blender on high, or 1 minute with a whisk or hand beater.
Carefully pour into pie plate on top of vegetables. Bake until knife inserted in center comes out clean - about 30 minutes. Cool 5 minutes before cutting and serving.
3Note: If you want to have more "cooked" and less crisp veggies you can saute them before placing in pie plate. However, be sure to fully drain any oil or juice before placing in pie plate.
Kathie Carr kathiecc - Apr 21, 2012
I shared a photo of this recipe.
Shirley Makekau tutuwoman - Apr 21, 2012
Kathie, your aunt's recipe sounds delicious! I am gearing up for recipes to use all the tomato's & zucchini (sp ?) we will be harvesting from our garden this summer and I have tucked this one in my recipe box.. thanks!!
gaynel mohler gaynel - Apr 21, 2012
oh this looks good !! can't wait for summer veggies