Excellent dish when tomatoes are in season. To cut calories I sometimes use fat-free mayo and cheese and it is still wonderful. 8/31/07 After reading the recent review, I realized I failed to mention that you should let this set about ten minutes after removing from oven.
These stuffed vegetables are typical fare from Provençe - the region that hugs the Mediterranean coastline in the South of France. Vegetables, olives and olive oil are used in abundance in Provençe, and this recipe really captures the sun and fragrance of this much-loved area! There are numerous recipes for these famous stuffed vegetables, but this one is my favourite.......all that is needed is crusty bread and a glass of wine, et voila - an excellent light dinner or summer lunch. I have stipulated baby "round" courgettes (zucchini) and tomatoes in this recipe, but you can also use onions and aubergines (eggplant) as well.
I grew up with fried green tomatoes; however, never thought of adding either crawfish or remoulade sauce until now. The idea comes from The Top 100 New Orleans Recipes of all Time cookbook which was compiled by John DeMers and Rhonda Findley. The book did provide a recipe for the Remoulade but I used Rita L's recipe #87124. The sauce can be made using either crawfish tails if you have them or shrimp. When making please plan ahead, the Remoulade Sauce needs to chill a couple of hours for the flavors to blend.
Okay, couldn't think of a catchy title. I made this when I was fed-up with 4 little pots on the stove, trying to achieve the desired 5 veggies/fruits a day! Here the thin crust is the carb, then 3 veggies are used for the rest of the pie. All you need add is the meat course. Preparation of the swiss chard is not included in the prep time. Do it earlier in the day or day before.
This is something I do quite often when tomatoes are cheap.
It goes great with grilled fish, or grilled meat. Not bad on toast either. These measurements are a guess, have never measured anything for this.
this is the first year i planted a garden here in pa. it was essentially herbs, but i threw in 2 tomato plants and one pepper plant, now this late in the season i am left with many green tomatoes. this recipe is courtesy of tyler florence, and worked perfectly.
I saw this recipe in the Real Simple July issue...had the ingredients...didn't have DH at home for dinner...So had a great..great
'chick' meal (quote from DH) Recipe can be adjusted to any quanities you want.
A great tasting fresh tomato side dish for breakfast, lunch or dinner! I am looking forward to making this in the summertime, with fresh garden tomatoes (a combination of red & yellow heirloom tomatoes is my fav). From The Great Tomato Cookbook.
A MUST MAKE! This recipe is great to make with tomatoes that are red to green! My Husband told me I have to give these a real good name. He was giving these a names but they would have gone off the page. He won 't eat Parmesan cheese or goat cheese and he had both and just loved it! After I told him what cheese are in it he went back for seconds and thirds. I don 't care what anyone rates this at because Mister Picky gave it his top rating! And that's all I care about! BUT if he likes this much it everyone in the world will! These tomatoes had a salty, cheesy, crisp crust. The tomato was warm and juicy. The goat cheese gave it a nice creamy sharpness. Onions and garlic gave it a subtle sweetness. I did use tomatoes that weren't completely ripe. But go for what you have be it green or red. Hey if any of you have a better name for this recipe give me an e-mail. Bursting Tomatoes came from eating them right after being cooked they just burst in your mouth! This is a copycat recipe of a dish I had when vacationing Southwest.
These are whole tomatoes, stuffed with an herb and crumb topping and baked in cream, which makes a lovely sauce. They are very rich, and I serve them with garlicky, robust meats, like lamb or garlicky chicken... Adapted from, "California The Beautiful Cookbook."