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These are divine. A taste of summer in every bite. This recipe is definitely going in the keeper file. I used heirloom cherry tomatoes and found that a small metal measuring spoon worked perfectly for scooping out the seeds. To keep them from rollin around, I cut a small piece off of the bottom of each tomato so they would stand up. Thank you Emmy! Made for ZWT 4 by a Jefe de la Cocina!
I used Campari tomatoes. They are about the size of a small egg. I also took another shortcut and used mozzarella balls that I was able to purchase from my deli. These are very yummy and one must be careful not to consume them while making them. I think I ate one for every three that I made â€“ LOL I also made this for ZWT4
I had some trouble getting the tomatoes hollowed out without making holes in them, so they leaked. But were still very good!
I made this for PAC Spring 2010 and it was a 5 star recipe! They were kind of hard to make but worth the effort...everyone that taste tested them loved them!
Hello my fellow Gobsmacker (ZWT-4) :) What a appie find! Well worth the trouble of preparation. Enjoyed by all!! Caroline
Very nice appetizer! I used red cherry tomatoes and halved the recipe as a "before dinner" snack for DH and myself. The tomatoes looked so cute sitting on the plate and we enjoyed them very much. You're right--they couldn't be easier to put together and good cheese makes a difference. I would definitely serve this as a healthy party appetizer in the future. Thanks! Made for ZWT4.
I used orange cherry tomatoes from my garden. I didn't add salt and pepper. I loved the taste of these little bites. Nice appetizer :) Thanks Emmy. Made for the Babes of ZWT4