5 Reviews

Thanks Heirloom! I'm not willing to wait until tomatoes are in season so I frequently get a fair number of hydroponic tomatoes with textures more like tennis balls. This recipe makes them taste almost like the genuine home grown, ripened in the sun variety. Rather than fire up the oven, I used my toaster oven and the tomatoes were done in a jiffy. This is a quick, easy side dish I'll use often.

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Grease March 15, 2009

Delicious, easy and healthy! What more could you ask for? I'll be making these again... Thanks!

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SweetySJD September 15, 2008

These are great!! I used fresh basil instead of oregano and a really good olive oil. These would be great to satisfy a craving for pizza if you were trying to keep low carb. They taste like a good quality pizza without the dough, of course. They would be great on a sandwich too. I will definitely make these again!! Thanks!

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Chef*Lee May 15, 2008

very nice. I scaled it down for 1 & had it on wholegrain toast for lunch.

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Rhiannon and Matt April 20, 2008

4 Stars for now, will review again when tomatoes are in season or I have succeeded with canned tomatoes. Made this 4.01.08 with vine-ripened tomatoes from the store, but the tomatoes still weren't worth eating. I will try a variation with whole canned tomatoes for off-season enjoyment, because I really love tomatoes. I thought the toppings were excellent, and this went together in a snap. I recommend cutting in slices like the photo. Obviously, make this only when you have great-tasting tomatoes. Reviewed for PAC Spring 2008.

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KateL April 01, 2008
Baked Parmesan Tomatoes