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« on: March 17, 2007 09:58:05 PM »

I marinate them.Slice maybe a pound? 2 or 3 regular,4 or 5 plum tomatos.Dressing is 3 tablespoons veg oil-olive or plain,and one tab.vinegar-cider vinegar is good,white will do.One teaspoon dried basil,if you like garlic put in a clove,I use a smigen of garlic in a jar,a lot of dried minced onion-I don't really measure,pepper and salt to taste.You could chop a small onion,or shallot if you like instead.I like onion flavor,but not raw onion myself.Mix it all up and pour over your tomatos.Stirand let sit a little while if you can.Even winter supermarket tomatos are good prepared like this-summer ones will be even better!

Also-a variation on grilled cheese. Slice a tomato,seed it.put tomato and swiss or mozzarella cheese between two slices of bread. Beat an egg with a little milk. Heat a little butter in a skillet-or I've just used a spray like Pam. Briefly dipped the sandwich in the egg,both sides-don't let it soak! Fry it untill it's nice and toasty and the cheese melts. Sometimes they're hard to flip.Depends how full the sandwich is,how much cheese you use,how much egg it's soaked up. Even if it comes out a messy eat with a fork sandwich instead of a pick it up and chomp sandwich,it'll still be delicious.Bonus-it's not being fried in a ton of butter if you have to watch that.And it is delicious.
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« Reply #1 on: March 18, 2007 04:53:36 AM »

You could take the tomatoes from paragraph 1 and instead of slicing, but the tomatoes in half and roast them at 375 for a couple hours to get some really good flavor going on.
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