Photo: Jan Smith
Yield
4 servings (serving size: 1 tomato)

This tomato recipe wins extra points for presentation. "This is a wonderful side dish for steak or warm tuna salad, and it's great heated in the microwave for a quick lunch." -Tamara Dial Gray, Cape Coral, FL

How to Make It

Step 1

Preheat broiler.

Step 2

Cut tops off tomatoes; discard. Carefully scoop out tomato pulp, leaving shells intact; finely chop pulp. Combine pulp with remaining ingredients. Place tomato shells in an 8-inch square baking dish. Divide pulp mixture evenly among tomato shells. Broil 2 minutes or until tomatoes just begin to blister and topping is browned.

Ratings & Reviews

JanineE's Review

JanineE
July 22, 2014
Very easy and fast recipe for a great side dish to any meal. It was a little runny, so I would go easy on the extracted liquid next time, but otherwise good.

SummerTomato's Review

AntoinetteG
September 12, 2013
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AntoinetteG's Review

irishmel
August 10, 2011
This Recipe was delicious! I made a few changes based on the ingrediants I had on hand and used blue cheese instead of Feta and a mix of green olives and capers in place of the kalamatas. It was a great way to use up fresh from the garden tomatoes. It was a quick and easy side dish and really dressed up my boring chicken.

bafinaire's Review

SummerTomato
August 16, 2010
Very good and healthy side dish for a meal. I would recommend draining the tomato pulp in a colander for a few minutes after chopping as the finished product is very, very runny without doing that. Salt and pepper to taste would be a good addition to the recipe.

irishmel's Review

bafinaire
September 09, 2009
Much tastier than I thought - the filling was delicious. Definitely include the suggested herbs. I took out most of the seeds and mushier parts of the tomato pulp as they would have made the filling runny. I'd suggest adding a little salt to the inside of the tomato shell before filling it as it is otherwise unseasoned. Went well with salmon and couscous.