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Easy Tomato Basil Tart

This came from a Modern Living magazine. It looks and tastes heavenly! Great for a housewarming party or a brunch!

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  • Preheat oven to 350.
  • Bake pie crust about 15 minutes.
  • Saute onion and mushrooms in one tablespoon of butter until onions are translucent, set aside.
  • Mix together cheeses, mayonnaisse, garlic, and basil; then, stir in cooled tomatoes and onions.
  • Place tomatoes into pie crust, with the skin down.
  • Spoon cheese mixture evenly over tomatoes.
  • Sprinkle parsley and pepper on top.
  • Bake for about 30 minutes, or until brown and bubbly.
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"This came from a Modern Living magazine. It looks and tastes heavenly! Great for a housewarming party or a brunch!"
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  1. Debs Recipes
    I made this recipe for Pick-a-Chef 2005. Fresh basil and tomatoes from the garden mingled perfectly with the cheesy alfredo-like topping of this tart. Divinely-scented while baking, the tart also tasted quite heavenly. I did not use a tart pan but rolled the pastry into a flat 13" circle, topped it, baked on a pizza stone, then carefully cut it into about 24 squares. The squares reheated well after advance preparation. This tart makes an attractive presentation. I'll make it next time I want to impress party guests!
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  2. piranhabriana
    This came from a Modern Living magazine. It looks and tastes heavenly! Great for a housewarming party or a brunch!
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