Pashtida with Zucchini, Corn, and Tomatoes
Pashtida with Zucchini, Corn, and Tomatoes (Emanuelle Lee/The Nosher)
active: 1 hr
(The Nosher) – Pashtida (a crustless quiche) is beloved and common in Israel, where it is enjoyed at everything from potlucks, school events, shivas, and everything in between. It’s also commonly prepared for Shavuot and Sukkot. The versatile dish transports well, and there is no right or wrong way to make one.
Israelis make pashtida all year long, but it’s a dish especially perfect for warmer climates and seasons, when it’s just too hot to spend hours in an overheated kitchen. Plus, during warmer months, there are so many incredible seasonal ingredients available to include in the pashtida, making it extra delicious.
You should feel free to use this recipe as a base and add the vegetables and cheese that speak most to your tastes. Alongside a fresh salad at brunch or a pasta at dinner, this pashtida with zucchini, grilled corn, tomatoes, and basil completes a perfect meal.