For this week's #SundaySupper, we're focusing on Veggies as a Main Dish! Our host this week is my friend DB from Crazy Foodie Stunts, and he has asked us to share our favorite veggie-centric recipes. This week's theme comes at a very appropriate time -- after a few days of gorging myself at a variety of family Thanksgiving celebrations, I was really looking forward to creating something light and full of flavor. My Greek Stuffed Baked Zucchini features tons of great flavors and textures. This hearty dish is veg-friendly and loaded with vitamins and healthy fiber. The zucchini are halved and seeded. Then, they're filled with a mixture of brown rice, sauteed mushrooms and shallots, feta cheese, and green onions. They're served with a simple chunky tomato sauce that's flavored with oregano and garlic.
Whether you're planning to cook for vegetarian guests this holiday season...or you're simply trying to incorporate more meatless meals into your weekly dinner menu...this dish is a great option! As an added bonus, the combination of green zucchini and red tomato sauce is perfect for any holiday entertaining. From start to finish, this dish is ready to eat in under an hour. With a veg-friendly dish this good, I promise that you'll never miss the meat!