Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil, lightly oil and arrange with a single layer of the tomato slices.
Mix the 3 tablespoons of parmesan with olive oil, Dijon and garlic in a small bowl, evenly spoon mixture onto tomato slices, spread out mixture with the back of the spoon and season with salt and pepper to taste.
Evenly sprinkle with remaining parmesan, bake until cheese topping is golden, about 12 to 16 minutes, and serve.
By Deeli from Richland, WA
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Blend crumbs, 3 Tbsp. oil, garlic, paste and cheese. Stuff tomatoes and place in pan. Add 2 Tbsp. oil. Bake, uncovered, at 375 degrees F for 15 minutes or longer until done.
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My ex daughter-in-law used to fix a dish she just called baked tomatoes. I asked her for the recipe, but she said it was her secret. She did tell me it was fresh tomatoes and four kinds of cheese. That's all I know.
Can you give us some more information? Were they whole stuffed tomatoes, or sliced and layered, or just chopped and mixed with all the cheeses?
I think she cut the tomatoes in half or quarters and then layered the cheeses on top and added salt, pepper and whatever else on top of that. It was baked and the juice from the tomatoes mixed with the cheeses so it was very moist. She may have mixed an egg with the cheeses too. I don't think she added bread crumbs or cracker crumbs, but that would be OK. The color of the cheeses was whitish, so I don't think she used cheddar. It could have been an adaptation of one of the Southern tomato recipes. As I said, she was very secretive about it. Any suggestions will be appreciated and tried. I love tomatoes cooked almost any way. Thank you, Dianne
Do you recall which cookbooks she had on the shelf? This might be a clue.
PS It might have been sprinkled with msg.
I suppose since she's your *ex* daughter-in-law, you don't get to eat the tomato dish anymore. Did you ever try duplicating it using your ideas you listed in your second post? I'd really be curious if you were able to replicate it and how you did it. It sounds like an interesting dish.
It sounds like tomatoes au gratin. I'm almost certain I have a recipe home (I'm reading this remotely) and I'll try to post it over the weekend.
Try this- thick slice tomatoes or quarter them, arrange in a glass or ceramic baking dish, drizzle with olive oil, cover with slices of mozzarella and provolone. Crumble ricotta and FRESH parmesan on that. Add salt and pepper to taste and bake until cheese is bubbly. Serve with fresh basil leaves.
I have friends who make Tomato Pies. Google Tomato Pies and you'll find lots of recipes. Perhaps it will be one of these.
I am very sorry but I cannot find the recipe I was thinking of. However, the recipe on the last post seems very much like what I was trying to find. Good luck and maybe in your search you'll find something even better!
Thank you for all the recipes and tips. I plan on trying all of them and I know I'll get some recipes here that will get my family to eat more tomatoes. Dianne
A delicious tomato soup to make at home year round with a basic marinara sauce flavor. This page contains a roasted tomato soup recipe.
Tomatoes, garlic, onions, and olive oil, are roasted and then put through a food processor with added olive oil, balsamic vinegar, and pepper. The sauce can be frozen for future meals. Try this delicious sauce on pasta, toasted bread, or even homemade pizza. This is a page about making roasted tomato pesto sauce.
Here's an easy and tasty way of serving tomatoes. This also doubles as an easy appetizer or snack too - baked tomatoes with mozzarella, basil and dash of black pepper/garlic powder.