Recipe by Debra
"Tomatoes are baked with layers of onion and cheese. You can use either bread crumbs or potato chips in this easy, tasty side dish."
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tomatoes, peeled and sliced
thinly sliced onions
shredded Cheddar cheese
crushed plain potato chips
So easy & very tasty, I loved this. I used sour cream & onion potato chips, a blend of different cheeses. Next time I'm going to add cooked & crumbled bacon to the layers.
This was pretty good and definitely different. I used 1 cup of crushed potato chips and 1 cup of Panko breadcrumbs. Panko is a Japanese breadcrumb that is really crispy. I also sprinkled the whole dish with garlic salt, also used sharp cheddar.
Very tasty and a great easy side dish. I brought this to a potluck dinner and was giving out the recipe all night!
This was an interesting change of pace, but I don't know that I'd make it again ("just ok", per Mr. LTH, and "Nothing I'd order if I went somewhere"). Def worth giving a try, but won't become a regular side dish here. TY for an interesting side dish!
What a creative idea! Since it is just the two of us and a baby I halved the recipe. I made one change; instead of using bread crumbs or potato chips, I used cubed, toasted bread with 'I can't believe its not butter' spread on both sides (used a total of four slices). I also added salt, pepper, garlic powder and parsley. I have to admit, that I was pleasantly surprised at the taste--especially since I'm not exactly fond of tomatoes. Hubby enjoyed it too, and our two year old enjoyed the bread and melted cheese. I highly recommend this dish to anyone who likes isn't afraid to try new things.
We added sour cream and onion chips and loved this dish.
This was soooo good... Even my dad (he's 81) liked it..
I made this recipe to use up an abundance of home grown tomatoes. I thought it would be more like a dip, but oh my gosh...it made an awesome meal! I also used vegetable crackers and garlic salt between the layers and topped it with the panco breadcrumbs (for more crunch)...good advice! I served it with a bowl of soup and corn on the cob. We LOVED it and all of it's cheezy goodness! I will definitely make it again and again!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Tomato Cheese Crunch
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 143
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