Garlic garden herb feta baked (or raw) tomatoes. Mediterranean-inspired garlic, herbs, and feta cheese add a unique and delicious flair to this favorite side dish. (-)Information is not currently available for this nutrient. Line a shallow bowl or plate with a kitchen towel. Use one hand to hold an ear of corn in place upright atop the kitchen towel.
Pluck the sweetest tomatoes from your garden or pick some up at the market for an easy, flavorful Parmesan and herb-topped summertime side dish. Brush the cut side of the tomatoes with olive oil. Sprinkle minced garlic evenly over tomatoes. You can cook Garlic garden herb feta baked (or raw) tomatoes using 5 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Garlic garden herb feta baked (or raw) tomatoes
- Prepare 1 large of tomato.
- Prepare 1 tsp of crushed garlic.
- Prepare 1 of feta cheese.
- Prepare 1 tsp of olive oil.
- You need 1 1/2 cup of garden herb triscits (crushed).
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Garlic garden herb feta baked (or raw) tomatoes step by step
- 1. Start by cutting tomatoes(s) in 1/2 inch slices.
- 2. Lay out tomatoes on a lightly greased cookie sheet and drizzle olive oil over the tomatoes.
- Put triscits in a sandwich bag and crush thoroughly, when done pour triscuit crumbs into a bowl and add 1teaspoon of crushed garlic and 1 teaspoon of olive oil..
- Once mixture is well blended spoon the cust over the tomatoes evenly and to your liking and finish with feta cheese :).
- Place tomatoes in a hot oven preheated to 400° for 10 minutes..WILL BE HOT! enjoy!!.
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