A Timbale is hard to describe. It’s layers of food that might  be or include a combination of Pasta, Custard, Rice, Risotto, Potatoes, Eggs, Cheese, Meat, and Vegetables held together with egg, also usually baked in a pan, (but sometimes Chilled or steamed) and is traditionally covered with bread crumbs. Sometimes it’s made in a pan for multiple servings and sometimes it made in individual pans.

I’ve made Timbales a few times and always make them different. This Time my Timbale was made of Zucchini, Eggplant, Tomatoes, Greens, Cheeses, Spelt Pasta, Eggs, Butter and Whole Wheat Panko Bread Crumbs.

I set my oven to 375 degrees. I buttered and crumbed my Springform Pan.



I patted bottom of pan with seasoned Zucchini mixed with Some Mozzarella Cheese,one beaten egg and lined the sides of pan with broiled and seasoned Eggplant.



I topped that with Seasoned Provolone Cheese.IMG_3462

Then I added Seasoned Tomatoes.

8-12 Hour Tomatoes

8-12 Hour Tomatoes

Next came my mixture of Seasoned Ricotta, Mozzarella, Provolone, Hard Cheese, Egg and Spelt Pasta.



More Seasoned Provolone.



Then I added the seasoned Seasoned Greens mixed with cheese Mixture and then a layer of the Zucchini Mixture.



Topped that with Whole Wheat Panko Bread Crumbs.



Baked at 375 for 90 Minutes.


Forking Good!

Forking Good!

Risotto Crusted Timbale

Risotto Crusted Timbale The First Timbale I made


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