The zucchini, corn and garlic all came from my local Farmer's Market. I started my zucchini by cooking a few cloves of garlic in the oil first.
Then I added my zucchini and cooked until it started to brown along the edges.
For the corn, you need mayo and parmesan cheese mixed with salt, pepper and chili powder.
First I brushed on the mayo...
And then I put on a thick coat of the parmesan cheese and spices. I wrapped it in foil and threw in a 400 degree oven for 20 minutes.
I used a delicious Arrabiata sauce from Trader Joe's. A little spicy, but not too bad. Added awesome flavor to the sandwich.
I chose to place the mozzarella on the bread so the sauce and zucchini mixture wouldn't make it soggy. I cannot eat soggy bread...yuck!
I topped with the zucchini mixture and little more mozzarella and then broiled open faced.
The finished corn!
And the gorgeous grinder!
A beautiful vegetarian summer meal. Even my meat loving/zucchini hating hubby LOVED these!