Garden Vegi Casserole

This was really good.  I just made a yeasted pizza style dough with 1/2 whole wheat and 1/2 unbleached flour.  I used kale, chard, zucchini, leeks, onions, garlic, parsley, red pepper, carrots and whatever other vegis were in my garden.  I chopped everything pretty small and stirred it up in a bowl with a little olive oil and some pizza sauce and mozzerrella cheese and a little parm.  This is what it looked like all in the bowl.

Garden vegis in bowl

Then I put this into a 9X12 pan and topped with more cheese, panko and Italian bread crumbs.  I baked it, covered, for about 30 minutes.  Everyone really liked it.  I had some of the vegetable mix left over and so I will be making them into calzones or empanadas tomorrow.

About carishumaker

We are trying to live The Good Life with our 3 kids out in the woods. We strive to be as self reliant as possible, with a great amount of leisure time to Live The Good Life as best as we can. We work hard so we can play hard and want to teach our kids to love life and love people and love learning. This is our journey.
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4 Responses to Garden Vegi Casserole

  1. Wow! What an easy and delish dish. I’m going to try it soon. So glad I stopped by here. When you have the time, do drop by my space, I just made a vegetarian ‘steak’ and would love to hear what you think 🙂

  2. Little Sis says:

    It looks great, but I’m confused about the pizza dough…. I love chopping the bits up small so the kids are in the position of having to taste them without being sure what’s what in there. 😉

    • carishumaker says:

      Oh, that’s funny. I started this post about calzones/empanadas that I made with the leftover filling for the casserole, so that’s why the pizza dough was mentioned, I mixed the two posts. I will post the calzone recipe now.

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