Just because the recipe says to bake in a lamington tray is no reason not to experiment. . .
I do recommend a giant mixing bowl for this one if you are going to 'vege-it up' like I do. My Tupperware servalier bowl holds about 4L
- 400g zucchini, grated - skin & all
- 1 large onion, finely diced (or cheat & use the small jullienne on your mandolin slicer like I do)
- 2 medium carrots (about 200g), grated - skin on or off to your preference
- 400g corn kernals (I use a 420g can, drained, but I'm sure frozen would work just as well)
- 3 rashers bacon, finely chopped (about 150g if you buy the pre-diced)
- 1 cup grated cheese
- 1 cup SR flour
- 1/2 cup vegetable oil (if you are simply baking this you can leave the oil out as I have done by mistake in the past :-) )
- 5 eggs, lightly beaten
- salt & pepper to taste (I like a lot but tend to add it at the table so Miss M doesn't develop a taste for it)
Throw it all in a bowl
& mix well.
You will end up with a consistency like thick coleslaw
Bake at 180 degrees until golden brown & cooked through (depending on your container anywhere from 20-60min)
Now for the fun part! How would you like to serve it in the end?
Lunchbox? - try muffin sizes or even pretty muffin sized moulds like these Will & Jess ones I bought from Aldi a few months ago.
Family meal? - in a lamington tray topped with sliced tomato on top
(sorry don't have a shot of this, will take one next time I make it :-) )
Party? Try this - I received a Kambrook Doughnut Factory (looks like this model is discontinued, otherwise I would have linked direct to Kambrook, sorry) as a gift from family and have been wanting to try something other than doughnuts in it - what do you think?