Enjoy the tanginess that green tomatoes can add to a variety of recipes including the classic fried green tomatoes, but also salsa, chili, and even cupcakes.
Unfried Green Tomatoes with Fresh Tomato GravyThis lightened version of fried green tomatoes is just as tangy as crispy as the deep-fried version but has less than 5 grams of fat per serving. The tasty tomato gravy that’s spooned over the top of the tomatoes moves this side dish recipe to center stage.
Fried Green TomatoesThis classic Southern side dish is perfect on its own but you can use the fried tomatoes in sandwich and main dish recipes as well.
Fried Green Tomato Po'boysPile fried green tomatoes, lettuce, bacon and avocado on French bread baguettes and top with rémoulade sauce for a new take on a classic seafood sandwich.
Green Tomato Chile VerdeAdd extra level of flavor to this hearty pork stew by stirring in a salsa made with green tomatoes, jalapeño pepper, cilantro, and lime juice.
Green Tomato Bloody MaryGo green the next time you make a Bloody Mary and use pureed green tomatoes, tomatillos, green onion, lime juice, fresh herbs and green hot sauce.
Fried Green Tomato SlidersStart with fried green tomatoes from your favorite “meat-and-three” diner for these tasty little sandwiches. Serve the tomatoes on slider buns and top with an Asian-flavored slaw mixture and bacon.
Green Tomato SalsaServe this versatile salsa with chips as an easy appetizer or use it as a topping for chili or tacos.
Grilled Pork Tenderloin with Green Tomato-Pineapple SalsaA basic grilled pork tenderloin becomes “company worthy” when paired with a tangy-sweet salsa of green tomatoes and fresh pineapple.
Green Tomato and Fig CupcakesTangy green tomatoes and sweet figs create an amazing flavor combination for these ultramoist cupcakes.
Pickled "Fried" Green Tomatoes with Buttermilk-Herb Dipping SauceThese lightened-up "fried" green tomatoes taste just as delicious as the deep-fried version. The pickling process adds flavor while minimizing sodium content, so you can eat this Southern favorite without feeling guilty.
Molasses-Balsamic Pork Kabobs with Green Tomatoes and PlumsThe combination of savory and sweet flavors shines in this grilled pork kabob recipe featuring pork tenderloin, plums and green tomatoes basted in a mixture of balsamic vinegar and molasses.
Green-Tomato-and-Raspberry CobblerGreen tomatoes make a surprise appearance in this juicy raspberry cobbler. The tanginess of the tomatoes and the sweet fruit create a winning cobbler combination.
Smoky Black-Eyed Peas with Fried Green TomatoesCooked in an aromatic broth with ham hocks and beer (sub chicken broth, if desired), these Mexican-inspired peas are as delicious on their own as they are with fried tomatoes or grilled steak.