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    Wed Mar 06, 2013 12:03 am Groupie
    Zeldaz wrote:
    Amberngriffinco wrote:
    over scalloped potatoes

    on top of a savory dish - ie: tomato casserole or pudding (tomato pudding is really terrific!)

    Got a favorite tomato pudding recipe for us? Is it like a bread pudding? I've never had or seen it, but it's probably something I'd like.

    i don't know where it is, but, do you remember food tv networks "Two Fat Ladies?" it was their recipes.. using buttered bread.
    Wed Mar 06, 2013 12:14 am Groupie
    .Tomato Summer Pudding
    Recipe courtesy Jennifer Paterson and Clarissa Dickson Wright

    Show: Two Fat Ladies Episode: Fruit & Vegetables

    Fresh plum or vine tomatoes
    Sea salt
    Black pepper, freshly ground
    Tomato passata (whole tomatoes passed through a food mill)
    Lemon juice
    Worchestershire and hot pepper sauces
    Good stale Italian bread, decrusted and sliced
    Garlic cloves
    Virgin olive oil
    Large bunch fresh basil
    Cooked quail eggs, olives, peppers, capers, for serving
    Mayonnaise or sour cream, for passing

    Have enough tomatoes to overfill the pudding basin you will use. Dip into boiling water and peel them. Chop roughly and sprinkle with good sea salt and pepper and a tiny bit of sugar. Pour some passata into a large soup plate and season with lemon juice and Worstershire sauce, and maybe a touch of pepper sauce. Soak the bread slices briefly in this mixture and line your bowl with them, leaving no cracks or crannies.

    To the tomatoes add as much crushed garlic as you fancy, a good measure of olive oil and lots of torn up basil leaves. Adjust the seasoning and pour the whole lot into the bread lined bowl. Seal the top with more soaked bread. Place the receptacle on top with weights and leave overnight in the refrigerator. Turn out onto a fine dish and surround with goodies--quail eggs, olives, peppers, capers or what you will. A bowl of sour cream might be passed round with it, or good home-made mayonnaise.
    Wed Mar 06, 2013 8:58 am Groupie
    Oh, I DO remember seeing that episode! Now to wait for some decent tomatoes...
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