Baked Parmesan Tomatoes

August/September 2006

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A sprinkle of Parmesan and a drizzle of olive oil transform tomatoes into the perfect side dish. Or try sandwiching them between slices of your favorite whole-wheat country bread.

"simple and quick side dish "

35 Reviews for Baked Parmesan Tomatoes


I am SOOO glad I decided to try something new because these are SOOOOO good. They taste like pizza without the bread (and without the carbs!) I will probably make these over and over again! I made these cutting them into slices of three. Four would have made them too thin because they seem to cook down just a tad.

Hint: Put foil on the pan for easy clean up.

tasty, easy, fast,
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Anonymous wrote 1 year 48 weeks ago

I thought these were

I thought these were delicious. I don't really like tomatoes all that much, but I sure do when they are baked like this.

Not a fan of tomatoes

Made this with my daughter this afternoon. It was done in a flash. We plan to make it again and again. We added minced garlic and two wedges of laughing cow to the cheese---sundried tomatoe The best!

Flavor was out of this world! Quick and easy.

I baked this recipie at 400 degrees and now I am cleaning my oven, what a mess it makes, if I ever made them again I would bake at 325 - 350 for a longer period of time. I would also use basil, not oregano.

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Anonymous wrote 2 years 40 weeks ago

Did you bake them on a cookie

Did you bake them on a cookie sheet? I don't see how it could make a mess

Anonymous wrote 2 years 40 weeks ago

did you use a cookie sheet? I

did you use a cookie sheet? I made this and no mess what so ever


Simple, fast, healthy, and delicious!

very tasty & quick!

Made this tonight. It was very good! The only change I made was to use red pepper instead of black pepper. I can definitely recommend it. I'll try using cherry tomatoes next time to make it easier to eat. If it works, I have a new go-to party appetizer.

fast, tasty, fresh

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