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|Sarah in Charleston||
This is the one I make all the time but without
Joined: Dec 10, 2005
Posted to Thread #18899 at 2:37 pm on Aug 31, 2010
the mozzarella cheese. Not eggy at all, but very rich and tasty.
One trick, layer a layer of tomatoes on the bottom, then the basil and green onions followed by another layer of tomatoes. That way when you spread the mayo/cheese mixture, you don't get the basil and onion all in the topping.
Other messages in this thread:
- I have heard about tomato pie before, but that much mayo - Kendall - 6:18pm on 08/30/10
- Kendall, considering this is a Paul Deen recipe, the amazing part is it contains NO butter! *g* [NT] - cheezz - 7:02pm on 08/30/10
- Mayo is eggs and oil so I would think the top came out rather 'quiche-like'? [NT] - cheezz - 7:03pm on 08/30/10
- So VERY true! I've never had a Paula Deen recipe I didn't like either! [NT] - Kendall - 7:12pm on 08/30/10
- Yes - quiche-like sort-of, but not as eggy. I stayed away from the recipe because of the mayo - deb-in-MI - 6:46am on 08/31/10
- This is the one I make all the time but without - Sarah in Charleston - 2:37pm on 08/31/10
- I did the same thing with the layering! [NT] - deb-in-MI - 3:50pm on 08/31/10
- Around here (Syracuse, Utica), Tomato Pie is just a square/Sicilian pizza, but - DawnNYS - 7:44pm on 08/30/10
- Hi Deb, Do you think I could use Light Mayo? [NT] - Cindy - 6:45pm on 08/31/10
- Yep! [NT] - deb-in-MI - 7:05am on 09/01/10
- I should try this...Thanks. [NT] - Kendall - 9:12pm on 08/31/10