Made this for a holiday dinner but this is great all year round. I made a few changes: 1) tossed the squash and zucchini in olive oil and pepper, then broiled versus boiling; 2) added pimentos for color; 3) agree with other posters on corn - I used frozen since fresh was out of season; 4) used garlic roasted bread crumbs.
Ive made this dish many times and it has been a hit at every occasion. Thanks!! I will say due to the fresh ingredients being used, it isn't as tasty in the winter when these veggies are out of season(Im in upstate NY), so this is a better summer dish.
I followed this recipe except I used frozen corn and my guests complimented me on it. It tastes great reheated, too.A little pricey with the cheeses and creams but very noteworthy. I served it with a spaghetti casserole to 7 people and there was a little leftover.
Served at informal dinner I hosted. Everyone loved asked for recipe. Made few minor changes because I had other ingredients on hand.I omitted corn, garlic. Used yellow cheddar instead of white. Shredded Swiss cheese and Parmesan… instead of Asagio. Would guess my changes didn't change taste. Delicious.A keeper.
I made this for an office potluck and it was"the best thing there" according to my co-worker, which I agree! Used all ingredients as listed in the recipe. Really liked using the white cheddar and Asiago.
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