Made this for the Think Pink 2012 tag game and also for the Diabetic forum...what an easy and tasty recipe...especially with fresh cherry tomatoes. Definately a keeper!! Thank you for posting. Another great recipe for my Favorites of 2012.
Yum! So good! Picked this recipe to use up some extra cherry tomatoes and was glad I did! Very flavorful and quite easy. Used some leftover Ritz cracker crumbs. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
I have made this at least 5 times! I guess I was to busy eating to write a review! I made this exactly like the recipe said, and it was GREAT! There is never any leftovers. Try it I bet you'll like it!
This made a beautiful light lunch for the two of us - although I confess I didn't worry too much about the quantities given in the recipe! Mother Kooka had just picked a heap of cherry tomatoes from the garden, so I put them in a single layer into a 9" pyrex pie plate. I drizzled over a couple of tablespoons of oil mixed with a good teaspoon of crushed garlic. We like our tomatoes well seasoned, so I sprinkled over some salt and crushed black pepper. Next, I whizzed up 2 slices of white bread in the food processor and mixed that with a good handful of parsley (whizzed in the mini-blender) and about 80g of grated parmesan. I covered the tomatoes with the breadcrumb mixture and then sprayed the top with spray oil. Not sure how long I baked it for - about 10-15 minutes I think, until the top was golden brown. Finally, I served half each, spooned into bowls and sprinkled with a chiffonade of fresh basil. Absolutely wonderful flavour!
We just enjoyed this for lunch-a beautiful dish my kids adored! I used about 40 halved grape tomatoes and had the perfect amount of crumbs. I love that it's barely cooked, so the tomatoes still hold their shape and sweetness. Thanks again Marie!
Perfect little side dish for my baked stuffed flounder. I used a pint of "grape tomatoes" and followed the recipe exactly using EVOO. This was enjoyed by all and not a drop was left. Will definitely make again.
Lots of flavor from just a few ingredients--and my tomatoes weren't even the best (due to time of year). This fitted perfectly, in one layer, in an 18 cm square baking dish, and I did bake closer to 7-8 minutes (at five they didn't look to have done much). A great side dish, and went exceeding well with Marie's Balsamic Roast Italian Chicken #106334. Thanks for posting!
Yummy! This is a simple, but very tasty recipe....so good, we are going to have it again tomorrow night. I used an olive oil that already had garlic bits in its solution. Worked well. Barbara Aceti 8/31/03