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I used everything it called for but added 2 extra Tablespoons of brown sugar and topped with shredded cheddar cheese. I cooked it 20 minutes and stirred the mixture and topped with more cheese. Returned to the oven and baked another 25 minutes. It turned out wonderful!!!
Did make some changes didn't have large tomatoes so I used 8 cups of cherry tomatoes halved Added 1/4 teaspoon of Cajun seasoning 1/4 teaspoon of garlic powder 2 cups of shredded cheese large onion chopped instead of green onions 1 sleeve of Ritz crackers crushed 1/2 cup (1 stick) of butter sliced on top and layered tomatoes onions spice mixture and cheese twice with crackers on top. Baked 45 minutes covered then 15 minutes uncovered.
I thought this was a really interesting recipe. I've never had green tomatoes before. I added green peppers and substituted regular onion for the green onions in it. Didn't add the salt since the soy sauce is salty enough as it is. I think if I make this again I might add some mushrooms to it and maybe serve it over rice.
As always I never rate a recipe unless I make it as written at least the first time. Made this exactly as written. This one has me stumped. The recipe doesn't call for cheese but there's cheese in the picture. Baked it in a 2 quart casserole as instructed. Celery wasn't done. That said even with crunchy celery it had a wonderful and very unique flavor. Instead of casserole it totally looked like soup. Green tomato soup! Even so flavor was awesome. In an effort to try to make it into a "casserole " I added some pasta and cooked it in a pan on top of the stove. Pasta absorbed most of the excess liquid and the celery softened up too. I'd for sure make this again. There's NO WAY to describe the blend of flavors. I'm just perplexed HOW to serve it. Is it a side dish a soup what! With addition of pasta it did make a side dish. It's VERY unique and very good! I'll make it again.
I'm another person who joined to rate a good recipe. I made this with white onion since I had no green. I left out the cilantro which I don't care for and the salt since it calls for soy sauce. I am leary of using red pepper flakes lest it be too spicey but it was delicious.
This recipe was another good way to use my green tomatoes. For the amount of green tomatoes I had I decided to use 1/2 the soy sauce mixture and it came out just right - not too juicy as many reviewers commented. Half way through the baking time I sprinkled with 1/2 c shredded cheddar cheese and 1/2 cup panko breading This gave a nice crunchy topping. I didn't have celery or green onions so substituted green pepper and yellow onion. I think any mix of mild flavored vegetables would work well for this recipe.
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