this was lip-smacking good! especially with these delicious summer vine-ripened tomatoes! the Fontina cheese was so smooth. my garlic was bad, do i drizzled a little olive oil on the baked crust and sprinkled garlic powder over that. was wonderful! will definitely make again!
trheel Posted: 07/28/09
fledglingchef Posted: 09/21/10
I made this for the first time tonight, and it was incredible. Something about the idea of a tart had me intimidated, so I've been holding this recipe for some time, but never made it. It's SO easy!! The only thing I changed about the recipe was to add some fresh shredded basil before the tomatoes, as other reviewers suggested. It was perfect. It needs to stand about 10 minutes when you pull it out of the oven for it to set, so plan your menu accordingly if you're trying to have everything come together simultaneously. I served it with roast chicken and a side salad. I can't wait to make this again!
bakingbella Posted: 09/15/10
Excellent! I made this for lunch for a friend and served with a salad. I think letting the tomatoes rest on a paper towel is an important step; also be sure to cool cooked tart for 20 minutes so that the tart is 'set'. I used a mixture of mozzarella and parmesan and scattered fresh basil on top. Perfection.
jackie2830 Posted: 06/28/11
As a true Italian, who never met a tomato I wouldn't call friend......this was "delicioso". What was not to like? Tomatoes, garlic, and crispy crust. So easy & so good. I used it as a side with grilled chicken breasts. Even my Irish hubby ate 2 portions! This is definitely company fare......in flavor and appearance! You could also tweak with basil, dill, etc. However, I'm a purist so just the way it's directed is perfecto with me. Bella!
carmelita Posted: 05/03/12
This is really good !! Perfect meal with a side salad. It's good as a starter. It's terrific for a happy hour appetizer. This is so delicious.
sheriboo Posted: 04/02/12
I love my Southern Living cookbook & this is, by far, has been my most favorite find. I can't even begin to remember how many times I have made this recipe over the years, but it's been so many times that I actualy purchased a gorgeous square ceramic cake stand to serve it on.. It's just that important! I make 2 of these every Christmas Eve, along with lots of other goodies. But the tart always disappears first. I have passed out the recipe too many times to recall. Don't change a thing about the recipe, it's amazing and you'll get so many compliments.