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Very tasty! I loved it! I used 1 large tomato for the 2 of us and it needed to be cooked for 25 minutes in order to be cooked sufficently. Wonderful! Excellent side dish.
I had one large tomato to cook for the two of us. It took about 20 minutes to cook. Worth every minute! We really enjoyed this simple way to make a tomato very tasty! The Parmesan cheese gave a good bite to it. We'll be having these a lot this summer.
I thought this was quick and easy to make and a nice side dish. Really watch the baking time - my tomatoes weren't that large but they needed to be cooked a bit longer. When tomatoes are at their peak this summer I plan to makes these a lot. Thanks for sharing.
Delicious! Made for Holly Jolly Diabetic Forum and followed the instructions except for using a little more parmesan cheese. I used roma tomatoes which worked out well. DH and I really enjoyed them and I will be making them again. Thank you. Served with Pan Seared Tilapia With Almond Browned Butter and Snow Peas#198822 and Rachael Ray's Rice Pilaf#305974.
Fast, easy and delicious! This is a keeper for sure. Thanks!
I changed the 1 tsp. of oregano to 1/2 tsp. and I added 1/2 tsp. dried basil. I also drizzled the tomatoes with olive oil before topping with the cheese mixture. So delicious!
This was very good. The seasonings really help bring out the natural sweetness of the tomato. Next time I make these, I will de-seed my tomatoes first, and double up on the parmesan and oregano because we wanted more flavor. .
Very nice. Very tasty. Very easy to make.