Zucchini Casserole

It's zucchini season!  I picked my first ones today.  I know I've shown this recipe before but if you haven't tried it yet, you are missing something very good.  This recipe is from the early 70's and I've made it ever since then.
 Slice 2 zucchinis into quarter slices.  Add one sliced onion.

 Add 4 shredded carrots.

 Add 1 cup of shredded cheddar cheese, 1 package Pepperidge Farm Stuffing (dry), 1/2 cup of melted butter, 1 cup of sour cream, 2 cans of cream of celery soup, salt and pepper (1 tsp. each).

 Mix it thoroughly and spoon it into a greased casserole.  I doubled this and made 3 large ones.

 Bake it at 350 degrees for about 1 hour.

It should be bubbling around the edges and turning golden on top.


That is quite tasty! I don't grow any this year but they'll soon arrive to the stores so I'll get some then.

Have a great day!

Linda said…
I made a zucchini-tomato casserole similar to that. My children were the only children in town who begged for zucchini. It is posted on my blog.
1st Man said…
Oh I am SO making this!!! Might even try it tomorrow. I'll let you know, thanks!!!
Susan said…
Boy, does this recipe take me back! It was my first 'dish' that I made and took everywhere. I love it!
Leighway said…
I love your posts and recipes, repeat or not! I so wish you could put together a cookbook...never mind needing precise measurements ..just consolidate your posts, photos (or lack thereof) and your text...maybe have it available as an e-book? I'm sure someone has mentioned this, in the past...
Every time I come on here, I'm always a bit worried the site would be taken down...
And thank you for continuing to blog. I've learned a LOT from you over the years.
Guillaume said…
My son is no fan of zucchini, courgettes and cucumbers. Maybe I should cook them in a recipe like this one.
A PERFECT recipe for your "not so well friend".. :) Thanks Joyce!
YUMMY! that looks so good.