"This is a great way to enjoy some of your tomatoes throughout the whole year. We dried a big batch at the end of the season and we loved them. I put some in the freezer to keep for this winter too. I suppose you could throw them in soups and other dishes but we like them just as a snack. Even my teenagers like them to nibble on."
Fried green tomatoes may not be the first dish you think of when selecting a side dish for your meal but after trying the recipe below, you may change your mind. These crispy coated green tomatoes provide a tangy flavor and crunchy texture that goes well with many foods.
Wash tomatoes under cold running water. Core tomatoes by removing the stem with a paring knife. Do not remove the skin. Slice into 1/2 inch slices.
What you need:
- Flour- 1 Stick of real butter- Plump, ripe tomatoes- Salt and Pepper, optional- Additional seasonings as desired- Mayo and/or ranch dressing, optional
Distribute slices of butter in frying pan.
A wrinkled shiny skinned fruit, which is native to America, Europe and Asia. There are many varieties of this fruit, which have flesh that ranges in flavor from tart to very sweet, but there are only a few varieties that are suitable for drying.
Thinly sliced beef that has been smoked, salt cured, and then cut into round or rectangular slices. It is most often served as either an appetizer to complement crackers and baked goods, or as a meat ingredient for beef and gravy dishes, such as chipped beef.