I found different variations of stuffed tomatoes. I was looking for one that didn’t have mayo in it since I wanted to take them for a potluck. The amount of olives, celery, olive oil, green olive juice and cheese depends on your taste. Enjoy.
Wash and core tomato. I got a tomatoes corer from Bed, Bath and Beyond for $4. Once they are cored place them upside down on a paper towel to get rid of the extra water.
In bowl mix chicken, celery and green olives (cheese if you want it). Mix in pesto a bit at a time, taste it once you have mixed in a couple tablespoons. Pesto can overpower the taste if you aren't careful. You may need more or less.
If you need a bit more moisture and don’t want to use more Pesto add a bit of olive oil.
Pepper to taste. If it needs a more salty taste use either some of the green olive juice or salt (coarse salt is better).
Use either a small spoon or a Ziploc bag that the tip was cut from and fill the tomatoes.
If you want to get all pretty and fancy you can top it w/cheese or a green olive slice or basil leaf. You can also top w/Mozzarella Cheese and put under the broiler until cheese is melted.