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I absolutely loved this with the biscuit crust instead of a pie dough crust. This is definately the best tomato pie recipe out there. I used half cheddar and half mozzarella cheese, and then realized I was out of Parm cheese. Next time will make sure I have parm cheese as well. Great recipe!
Made for ZWT 6 and really love this. I used one of the make-your-own Bisquick recipes on Zaar and it was great. Perfect for all those summer tomatoes! I'm a Quisine Queen!!
LOVE THIS! This is so delicious. I used Arrowhead Mills Organic Buckwheat Pancake & Waffle Mix because it's what I had on hand. It made for a nice filling crust. Who knew that tomatoes, cheese, some herbs, and mayonnaise would be so simple yet so heavenly. Made for P-A-R-T-Y 2009. Thanks for posting this gailanng!
A wonderful main dish for a light meal and great as a side dish with ham. We will reduce the mayo on our next try, but it's great as is. Cutting the slices of tomato in half (half moons) made it easy to cover the entire surface of our 10" quiche pan. Thanks.
We really enjoyed! Delicious flavor and makes a beautiful presentation. I used 2 individual tart pans. Served this with a crisp green salad and ham. Thanks gailann! I will make this again soon! Made for Holiday Tag
Tangy, easy to do, and uses ingredients that I always have. I made as posted with Quick Mix. Lots of filling. Thanks gailanng for sharing. Made for Everyday is a Holiday tag.
We really enjoyed this, even my kids ate it and my picky DS asked for seconds. I made it with colby-jack cheese as that is what I had, and I used a mixed italian herb blend that I also tossed into the crust mixture. Next time I will use cheddar as I believe it would work better with the tomatoes, but it still turned out great. I think that this would be a great dish for a brunch. Made for the PRMR Tag Game.
Gail, this is outstanding. My husband said to say that. LoL! The only change I made, was to use chives instead of the onion. Made for Every Day Holiday Tag. :)
I, too, enjoyed the bisquick crust more so than the regular pie crust I normally do. Rather than doing a whole pie, I made four individual portions and served on a bed of mixed greens all I needed to make it a delightful lunch was a glass of white wine. TFS, made for recipe sway #56.
Holy snail tails! I wish (and hope) Gailanng is around! THIS was amazing! I am scared to go into the kitchen - the pie sits and waits and looks at me ----with it's devilish, "come-hither-look" - begging me to come in, and devour more of it's contents. "NO! I sail out to it, no! - I will not go in and eat yet another slice."
You decide. Go ahead and make it. Maybe ..just maybe - you're better then me.