Herbed Bread-Stuffed Tomatoes

  • pooklee Posted: 01/02/10
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    I made this just for a quick lunch for me- vegetarian... It is wonderful. Very filling- I used campari tomatoes, 15 grain bread, and fresh herbs. I also drizzled some balsamic vinegar over the top once it was done cooking. Will definitely keep in the rotation.

  • karenfar Posted: 05/18/09
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    Great recipe to fill in a menu. I drained the pulp, used the juice as directed, then chopped the pulp and added it to the filling. I used vine ripened tomatoes because I had them on hand. An easy and quick recipe.

  • PinkCamel Posted: 03/21/09
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    This is like reverse bruschetta. I used fresh herbs, made all the difference. It was tasty, but the tomato was a little overwhelming. If I had a dish that needed some tomato on the side to help it, say chicken, I would make this. Otherwise, I would stick to bruschetta since I'm more a fan of bread as a base than tomato.

  • srwfromorange Posted: 01/08/11
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    These little gems are very tasty & make an excellent side dish. I served them alongside a grilled piece of Albacore tuna seasoned simply with salt, pepper & lemon. Will make these again & again. I could see them as an appetizer as well with smaller tomatoes.

  • charoulli Posted: 08/11/12
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    Oh my!!! These were a pleasure to eat! As soon as they entered the oven and the herbs started to smell all yummy, everyone came in the kitchen to see what's cooking! I couldn't find fresh oregano so I used dried. My tomatoes were a bit big so I used only 4 cut in half. I had this as a main course, and my fiance as a side dish to some grilled pork. They were very filling and SUPER yummy! I am making thing again, and I'm deffinately serving this to company!

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