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Made with red, ripe tomatoes and they were delicious. Didn't have any goat cheese on hand, so used feta and it was still yummy. Was also out of bread crumbs and used Panko instead - think it was great. Used a bit more of the Panko and Italian seasoning. Would be great served aside a juicy steak and a great mesclun salad. Thanks. BTW I now call these Tomato Towers:)
Update: Served with Bonefish Grill Lemon Butter Sauce, Bonefish Grill Lemon Butter Sauce poured on top - to die for!!!

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charlie #5 June 05, 2012

I liked the flavor of this, but it seemed like a lot of work and a big mess. I think I'd like it a lot more if someone else fixed it for me. :-)

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HeatherN November 02, 2009

I skip the onion but topped each tomato with a thin slice of goat cheese. Then placed under the broiler until cheese warmed.

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Lydiamis October 14, 2009

Very good recipe. Easy to make and made a good side dish. Next time I will add garlic salt to the parmesan and flour mixture because we felt that it needed a little something more to punch up the flavor. Thanks for the recipe!

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KellyMac6 September 12, 2009

This was my first fried tomato experience and it was a good one! I used some ripe black heirloom tomatoes from my garden and the kids helped bread them. I used probably 4 good sized tomatoes and a whole package of goat cheese (6 oz). Hubs loved it and the kids both had seconds. The one change I will make next time is using a tangier tomato. Thanks for the great recipe!!

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landofoz July 23, 2008

Simple & Delicious... Can it get any better than that?! I used Parmesan & Romano cheese mixture to add to the flour. I also substituted Italian cheese blend for herbed goat cheese. Made for ZWT 4 - Greek Cook & Photo Challenge

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Nasseh June 17, 2008

These were really delicious. I've made them twice so far and I will be making them again. I used a very creamy garlic & herb cheese but it wasn't goat cheese.

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dsolo25 February 08, 2008

This was delicious, but I had to nearly double the amount of flour and breadcrumbs in order to cover the tomatoes. This was a huge hit!

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KnitMongrel September 01, 2007

Wonderful appetizer! I was very surprised at how quick everything came together. Thanks!

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mary winecoff August 01, 2007

I have a confession..... These were so good,t he FEW i did have leftover i ate for breakfest!!!! These were wonderfull emmmmmm mmmmmmm Hahaha i want them right now!

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trulyabaker May 29, 2007
Tomatoes Crunchy, Juicy, Sweet...(Bursting Tomato)