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Meatless Monday

August 23, 2010 by Joan Nova in Uncategorized, Vegetables | 6 Comments

By stretching your imagination, you could call this a lasagna, a quesadilla or a Napoleon.It is an 8-inch spinach tortilla halved, then filled with layers of sliced zucchini and eggplant that had been “wilted” on a George Foreman grill and layered with sliced beefsteak tomato and a mix of fresh ricotta, fresh mozzarella and parmigiano reggiano and some dry herbs. A little oven and broil action and you get a toothy vegetarian delight — easily made from leftovers and/or pantry staples.

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  1. elra says:

    Sounds scrumptious Joan!

  2. A delightful veggie creation!

  3. Another delicious FOODalogue creation Joan and perfect for Meatless Mondays.

  4. I would call it a Napoleon, because it makes it fancier. Love the interplay of flavors in this dish! Summery, light, yet filling; delicious too!

  5. norma says:

    Guess what my client is eating today….lovely…see u soon!

  6. Miss Imagination! Love the Summer in a Wrap!
    YUM
    Valerie

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