Man, I wish I could rate this six stars. This was unbelievably cool and incredibly tasty. My husband brought in a double armful of giant zucchini today and I was hunting for something to use up a bunch. This one called for 8 cups, the most of any of the other recipes I looked at, and it sounded interesting. It was awesome. I used my three biggest zucchini, peeled them until no green was left, seeded them with a grapefruit spoon, quartered them and sliced them into crescents. I didn't cook the pieces long enough in the *fresh* lemon juice--I really didn't trust the 'cook til soft' thing. But trust the recipe, cook the zucs til they're soft. Now, having slightly firm zucs wasn't bad, it just made the difference between them and apples a little more apparent, because they don't chew quite the same when they're firmer. I was also dubious about the amount of crust, but the crust is excellent. My husband and his brother raved--my brother-in-law asked for some to take home/to work the next day. My toddlers asked for seconds. All I could say was WOW! This is the *best* way to use zucs when you're bored with zucs. One recommendation: Use smaller zucchini--The smaller, finer texture of younger ones would be a better match for apples, I think. Unbelievably yummy. Thanks so much for sharing this recipe!!!!!
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Man, I wish I could rate this six stars. This was unbelievably cool and incredibly tasty. My...