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Old 03-30-2006, 05:45 PM   #1
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Hot easy Tomato pie rec.

DH's cousin and I did a lot of swapping recipes today..Here is one he likes to do for a brunch or just a lite meal with a green salad and some ie tea.

Hot Tomato pie

1-(5-count) can biscuits
1-med onion chopped red or yellow
2-tea. veggie oil
2- large tomatoes, sliced thin, he used the smaller romas and put in about 5-6 of them he likes it thicker.
1-tea. chili powder
salt and pepper to taste
1/3-c. mayo
1/2-c. each shredded cheddar and mozzarella cheese
Press the biscuits into the bottom and sides of a greased 9 in. pie pan for the crust. Saute onion in the oil til tender. Layer the onions and tomatoe into the pie tin. Sprinkle with chili powder,salt and pepper. Combine mayo cheddar and mozzarella cheeses in bowl and mix well. Spread this over the top of the tomatoe and onions..Bake at 350 for 30-35 min..Let stand about 10 min then serve..
serves 6

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A tomato pie - life doesn't get much better!!!! Thanks for the recipe.
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Old 03-30-2006, 10:25 PM   #3
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A tomato pie - life doesn't get much better!!!! Thanks for the recipe.
You're welcome Elf, glad you like I love tomatoes in any way..Good to see you.

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Oh, DEFINITELY!!!!

Thanks, kadesma!

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Oh wow this sounds so good!
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Oh, DEFINITELY!!!!

Thanks, kadesma!

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We're having some tomorrow for lunch


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I could eat tomato pie at least every week

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Try mixing some ranch seasoning with the chili powder or just the ranch. Takes it to another flavor level.
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Try mixing some ranch seasoning with the chili powder or just the ranch. Takes it to another flavor level.
nice idea, thanks Shunka

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DH's cousin and I did a lot of swapping recipes today..Here is one he likes to do for a brunch or just a lite meal with a green salad and some ie tea.

Hot Tomato pie

1-(5-count) can biscuits
1-med onion chopped red or yellow
2-tea. veggie oil
2- large tomatoes, sliced thin, he used the smaller romas and put in about 5-6 of them he likes it thicker.
1-tea. chili powder
salt and pepper to taste
1/3-c. mayo
1/2-c. each shredded cheddar and mozzarella cheese
Press the biscuits into the bottom and sides of a greased 9 in. pie pan for the crust. Saute onion in the oil til tender. Layer the onions and tomatoe into the pie tin. Sprinkle with chili powder,salt and pepper. Combine mayo cheddar and mozzarella cheeses in bowl and mix well. Spread this over the top of the tomatoe and onions..Bake at 350 for 30-35 min..Let stand about 10 min then serve..
serves 6

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We made this tonight, with some homegrown slicing tomatoes (not Romas) that were formerly green. OH MY GOD!!! It was spectacular!

You don't need to worry about the count of biscuits in the tube, either - we used a 10 count tube of Texas something biscuits and it was fine.

Something is wrong with the settings on my camera and I'm sorry the picture is so fuzzy - it does not do justice to this beautiful-looking and -tasting pie!

So easy, too! Thank you, kadesma!

Lee
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