Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Need Tomato Recipes!

Okay, I am in need of some yummy tomato recipes. These are some tomatoes (Celebrity, Romas, Cherry) that we just picked today from our six tomato plants growing in the back yard. And there is still MORE on the plants waiting to ripen and be picked! So, does anyone have any good, yummy tomato recipes? We've been eating them in salads, in BLT sandwiches, on hamburgers or just freshly sliced with a bit of salt but I am looking for a few good recipes. So, if you have any please leave a comment with the recipe or with a link to your favorite tomato recipe.

P.S. We just might have to resort to giving out "tomato gifts" to our friends and family with this bumper crop of yummy tomatoes :)
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9 comments:

Diagnose Rachel said...

"The perfect recipe for too many tomatoes"

1. Pick a bag, box or basket
2. Place the tomatoes in it or them
3. Put quads in stroller
4. Go visit the neighbors with your summer gift. If no one answers, leave them on the door step.
5. Feast in the spirit of sharing!

Lauren said...

http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/2008/07/roasted-ricotta-roma-tomatoes/

stuffed tomatoes! yum!!!!

Liz said...

They are beautiful! I love to freeze or can tomatoes to use later in vegetable soups, and you can also make salsa with them. You could look on allrecipes.com to find a salsa recipe. Wish we were your neighbors when you start having to give them away! We live in Alabama and it will be a few weeks before "homegrown" tomatoes come in here. Enjoy them! Eat a tomato sandwish with mayonnaise,and also lots of BLT's!

Anonymous said...

Tomato Basil Torte

Bake 9 inch pie crust according package directions for unfilled crust
Immediatly after removing from oven, cover bottom of crust with 1 cup shredded mozzerella, should melt slightly

Add tomato mixture:
5 diced roma tomatoes
2-3 cloves minced garlic
1 package fresh basil, julianned

Top with cheese mixture:
1 cup shredded mozzerella
1 cup shredded parmesean
1/2 cup Mayo

Bake 30 min @ 350

Enjoy!

Kim Schoenbachler said...

You can try this one from thepioneerwoman.com. I haven't made it, but have made many of her other recipes.

http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/2008/07/roasted-ricotta-roma-tomatoes/

Anonymous said...

You can always make salsa. I do not have a recipe though.

Charity Donovan said...

Tomato Basil Squares!!! So darn YUMMY!!!

http://www.recipezaar.com/Tomato-Basil-Squares-27085

Anonymous said...

I have Ruth's salsa recipe that I have made several times. Fresh salsa is unbeatable. I've also added fresh tomatoes to lasagna, maybe spaghetti in addition to the jar sauce. Or do you make goulash, with noodles, beans, hamburger, onion, and canned tomatoes? Fresh would be nice in there. Let me know if you want any recipes. I have a recipe for southern vegetable soup that uses a lot of tomatoes, but I don't think Paul calls soup real food and maybe you don't want to make soup in your heat.

-mary

acutescrubnurse said...

I love the spaghetti sauce mix from Mrs. Wages. (thats the brand) can be found at most grocery stores. You can eiter freeze or can the sauce, try it, you'll like it!

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