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Cheese-Topped Grilled Tomatoes

Cheese-Topped Grilled Tomatoes recipe
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These were AMAZING and so simple! Made them for a bbq and there were no leftovers. There will definitely be a bbq favorite!
posted by
DLEyre
on 6/12/2013
time
prep:
10 min
total:
22 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
8/10/2007
But, mmmm, I added finely chopped green onions and Jalapeno (without the seeds) for added flavor without the heat. Superb!
posted:
8/7/2007
My family really liked the taste of the tomatoes and cheese cooked on the grill. Will sure make it again.
posted:
7/31/2007
I made this delicious tomato in the oven on a grill pan. I also crush some graham crackers to sprinkle on top of the cheese for a crunchy taste. Now I know what to do when I get too many tomatoes as they get gone faster.
posted:
7/31/2007
My husband loved and wants me to make again. Sooooo easy!!!
posted:
7/28/2007
This was great - my daughter loved it too - It's very easy - and a great way to use all the abundant tomatoes in the summer. If I just make two servings I make a foil "pan" by double folding aluminum foil - much cheaper.
posted:
7/10/2007
This is a great summer side dish
posted:
7/9/2007
Very easy!! Can't wait to make them again.
posted:
7/5/2007
The grill gave the fresh tomatoes an incredible flavor. Very easy to make and it turned out beautifully. I used a mixed of Italian-style shredded cheeses instead of just the mozzarella. I didn't even need the herbs, it was so flavorful. I will definitely make it again.
posted:
6/14/2007
Had this at June '07 cookout. Even good heated in oven
posted:
6/13/2007
This is SO good. We put onions and butter on the bottom of the pan. Put some whole fresh jalepenos with the onions. Top that with sliced tomatoes, garlic powder (or cut up garlic cloves), salt, pepper, some cajun seasoning, and lemon or lime juice (usually just 1 large or 2 small lemons). And put the cheese all on top of that! Put some foil on it and put it in the grill for awhile. Last time I put the concoction on top of a toasted and cheesy piece of sourdough bread! It was great!
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