Tomato Torte

Tomato Torte created by Vicki in CT

Excellent dish when tomatoes are in season. To cut calories I sometimes use fat-free mayo and cheese and it is still wonderful. 8/31/07 After reading the recent review, I realized I failed to mention that you should let this set about ten minutes after removing from oven.

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  • Pre-bake crust according to directions. After removing from oven, sprinkle 1/2 cup of the mozzarella on crust and allow to cool. (This can be done ahead of time.).
  • Drain sliced tomatoes on paper towels.
  • Arrange tomato slices on cooled crust. Sprinkle garlic salt and basil over tomatoes. Combine mayonnaise and remaining mozzarella and spread over tomatoes. Sprinkle parmesan cheese over all.
  • Bake at 375 degrees for 25 to 40 minutes or until lightly browned on top.
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"Excellent dish when tomatoes are in season. To cut calories I sometimes use fat-free mayo and cheese and it is still wonderful. 8/31/07 After reading the recent review, I realized I failed to mention that you should let this set about ten minutes after removing from oven."

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  1. Jennifer B.
    Has anybody switched mayo with Greek yogurt?
  2. Barbara N.
    Wonderful recipe! My family and I loved it. Only baked for about 25 minutes and it was beautiful brown on top.
  3. my3beachbabes
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  4. my3beachbabes
    I was really looking forward to making this recipe and I was very pleased! I made just as posted and it was delicious! This is going to be a summer favorite... Thanks for posting Vicki in CT! Made for ZWT4.
  5. Misa3446
    Excellent recipe! I made a just a few tweaks; I replaced the 1/2 cup of mozzarella on the bottom with an equal amount of cheddar cheese. Also, to make sure my seasonings were even, I mixed the garlic salt into the mayo mixture. I had much better success with the recipe than other tomato pie recipes - the cheese on the bottom goes a long way to keeping the crust from getting soggy!
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