Total TimePrep: 25 min. Cook: 10 min./batch
Really good, I liked these a lot as a side dish for steak dinner.
These are a bit fidgety, and make a lot of dishes ... First you have to mess up 4 bowls and the cutting board. Then the wrestling process of getting them egg washed and breaded without them slipsliding everywhere with the cream cheese inside. Then the frying. Then the flipping, again, without them sliding into two halves. I suppose you could spread the mixture on one side, coat it with crumbs and then fry them face down in the pan. I used dried parsley, and also added a little fresh cracked black pepper to the crumbs. I sprinkled them with a bit of kosher salt and basil after they were fried. I was hoping they weren't going to be good, but they were fantastic.
I don't think I added enough salt and my slices were a little too thick. But it was good!
No, you cut 4 tomatoes into 4 slices each - 4x4=16 - then spread 8 slices and top w/8 slices.
This receipe confuses me....cut four thick slices then spread 8 slices with cream cheese? How many slices are we talking about? Thanks.
I kind of think these wouldn't be eaten like sandwiches, but with a fork and knife. I think "sandwich" is just a description of how they are put together.
These taste delicious. However, we had trouble keeping ours together as sandwiches. Yummy for us, but I wouldn't serve for company because of the messiness.~ Theresa
Re: Country-Style TomatoesFantastic! My husband wanted more the next day!He was raving about them to friends now I'm emailing the receipe to them. Thank You TOH
Yummy--even my husband (who was wary at first) had second helpings! My preschoolers liked them too.
This is excellent. Even non tomato eaters thought this was good and wanted the receipe.