I came across this recipe a while ago but roma tomatoes were not in season so I bookmarked it so that I could try it later. Now that roma tomatoes are in season I got to try it. I replaced the chervil in the original recipe with basil leaves and left them whole rather than mixing them up with the cheese. It takes a bit of time to oven roast the tomatoes but otherwise this recipe is really simple. The zucchini wraps were really good and with oven roasted tomatoes and goats cheese how could they not?
Grilled Zucchini Wraps with Tomatoes and Goats Cheese
- 3 roma tomatoes (cut in half)
- 1 teaspoon olive oil
- salt and pepper to taste
- 1 zucchini (sliced thinly)
- 6 basil leaves
- 2 ounces goats cheese
- Toss the tomatoes in the oil, salt and pepper.
- Place the tomatoes cut side up on a baking pan.
- Bake the tomatoes in a preheated 325F/170C oven for an hour.
- Grill the zucchini slices.
- Wrap the tomatoes, basil and goats cheese in the zucchini slices.
Wow! Those look delicious. Tomato and zucchini are so great together.
Another very creative dish Kevin!!! Plus everything is fabulous with goat’s cheese!!!!
Very pretty! I like the wrapping a lot!
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Lovely dish Kevin, such simple flavours!! Looks really impressive too, would be great party food!
i love this. these would make a great app for a dinner party!
Peter M says
A great fall app./replacement for salad in the fall…roasted tomatoes rock!
looks wonderful, Kevin!
Others have already said what I was thinking – these would make beautiful appetizers!
What a great dish! Lovely, tasty, neat…. Basil and Chevre…Perfect!
Margot at Coffee & Vanilla says
WOW!! Beautiful dish Kevin! I love colour and composition…!!
Wow, Kevin that’s a beautiful dish! Really lovely and even though I’m not a huge fan of zuchinni, you make it look good!
Nora B. says
Kevin, the colours look so vibrant. Such an appetizing combination. I love the grill marks on the zucchini.
Nice 🙂 The ingredients go well together.
That’s restaurant style presentation, Kevin, great job.
Making a version of this tonight….heading to cheese shop later!
The Culinary Chase says
I like your own interpretation of this recipe. I’m not a big chervil fan. Cheers!
Very late to the game but I stumbled across this recipe and gave it a go. It was lovely!
I’ve posted a picture of my result on my blog. I have to work on my presentation and food photography skills!
Jack V Sage says
I'm going to have to try these once I plant some basil.