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Tomato Delight

Tomato Delight

"I DON'T remember where I found this recipe, but I have used it for many years. This is the first recipe I reach for when fresh tomatoes are in season. It goes great with a sandwich or makes a bright addition to a main course. -Cora Miller, Lewiston, Michigan"
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15 m servings
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  1. Slice tomato into 1/2-in. thick slices; drain on a paper towel for 5-10 minutes. Place on a greased broiler pan. Sprinkle with garlic salt. Spread with mayonnaise. Top with bacon, cheese and oregano. Broil 3 in. from the heat for 2-3 minutes or until cheese melts.

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Most helpful positive review

Made these as a side with pork tenderloin and steamed broccoli,carrots and squash. Wonderful taste !! I used a pastry brush to spread the mayo and I had prepackaged real bacon bits. Even the 1...

Most helpful critical review

as is the recipe is only 3 stars. I felt the tomato was over powered by the mayo and very bland. My changes were as follows: 1. I used garlic powder, salt , pepper and italian seasoning. I put t...

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Made these as a side with pork tenderloin and steamed broccoli,carrots and squash. Wonderful taste !! I used a pastry brush to spread the mayo and I had prepackaged real bacon bits. Even the 1...

as is the recipe is only 3 stars. I felt the tomato was over powered by the mayo and very bland. My changes were as follows: 1. I used garlic powder, salt , pepper and italian seasoning. I put t...

I kind-of quadrupled this recipe and used four tomatoes…there was nothing left in my pan! This was very easy and, clearly, very enjoyable!

I was given the thumbs up from my husband. He said these were great, and he wants me to make them again.

I didn't care for these at first, but they grew on me.

I would love to have a broiled tomato to serve on a whim. But this one didn't quite do it. The mayo was overpowering.

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