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Zucchini (Courgette) Rolls with Pesto Rosso; the update — 20 Comments

  1. hehe pink shower!
    Katie the new bath actually is REALLY looking great! You’ll have a real great bath.
    The rolls I’m drooling over!

  2. This is going to be the world’s coolest house once you are finished with it! Too bad you didn’t choose pink, however, for the color in the new bathroom. (kidding!)

  3. Those look extremely tasty!!! And healthy as well! Thank you for sharing the recipe! =)

  4. Kirsten, it’s much funnier from a distance LOL!
    Tanna, I can’t wait to light the candles, pour the wine and soak in the tub!
    Zoomie, I actually did have a hot pink bathroom in my first apartment!
    Thanks, Rob!
    Ina, thanks – on both counts… They were good!
    Ciaochowlinda, very lucky, I use a lot of ricotta… I’m going to try to make some one of these days….
    Peter, I love eating from the garden – at least at first…. hahaha
    Val, I had to search for mine, I don’t use it much during the summer…. But I’m not THAT good with a knife LOL

  5. Susan, so sorry – I deleted your comment:
    susan from food blogga (foodblogga@yahoo.com)
    The shower looks beautiful, Katie. I just love the color. And the zucchini roll-ups are fabulous. I make a similar appetizer with eggplant, tomatoes, and feta, but this is idea for a main course with a salad. I really need to try this!
    Fingers going to fast after a spam attack…..
    Thanks for the kind words – I saw your egplant roll-up – delish!

  6. The bathroom is looking great. So glad the plumbing is done. There are always leaks (leeks)! My zucchini has bit the dust. Temps in high 90’s and no rain, but your rolls look great. Also thanks for the herb tips.

  7. These look right up my alley! I think I might make these this weekend! And good luck with your remodel! I need to re-do parts of our kitchen but I am putting it off…lol…can’t wait to see the finished product!

  8. Penny, I am sooo glad the plumbing is done – successfully. We haven’t had rain in over 5 weeks, either.
    Food Hunter, Thanks – they were!
    foodies at home, hope you like them – and thanks for the luck ;-))

  9. I’m not sure what happens to my comments. More often than not, I leave one only to not find it when I return. I’m sure it’s my fault. Ah well.
    The comment I’d meant to leave is: the bathroom is coming along nicely. I especially like the colors. Very elegant.
    And your zucchini rollups! I’ve had a recipe waiting to post that is very similar to yours. Mine is filled with garlic and basil ricotta and topped with a meat ragu. When I post it I’ll link to yours. 🙂

  10. These look lovely! I have seen this done with aubergines too, not that they grow in the garden here! I must try these 🙂

  11. I like your blog, and your recipes that are so down to earth. But don’t try the rolled zuchini strips if you’re 83 and have shaky hands! I ended up with more of a casserole – but tasty with those fine ingredients. And I had to double the baking time.

  12. I like your blog, and your recipes that are so down to earth. But don’t try the rolled zuchini strips if you’re 83 and have shaky hands! I ended up with more of a casserole – but tasty with those fine ingredients. And I had to double the baking time.

  13. I like your blog, and your recipes that are so down to earth. But don’t try the rolled zuchini strips if you’re 83 and have shaky hands! I ended up with more of a casserole – but tasty with those fine ingredients. And I had to double the baking time.

  14. Christine, they sound delicious – almost like a lasagne. Thanks (about the bathroom ;-))
    Joanna, I’ve seen them with aubergine, but never tried.
    Dorothy, Thanks! I can see that it would bake longer as a casserole…. Glad you liked it anyway ;-)) Thanks for commenting, too ;-))