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I love fried green tomatoes and this recipe is great! The only recomendation that I would have would be to try adding some cayenne to the coating - it definately adds a zip to them. Also one reviewer mentioned that the coating was "thin" - that is a good thing!! That is how they are suppose to be so that you can taste the tomato! Try dipping these in buttermilk ranch dressing - sooo good - but not diet friendly:(
I have been making and eating fried green tomatoes for over 50 years and the only thing missing was sprinkling with a little sugar when you get through frying them. I takes them up to another level. PS. I am a Kentuckian
I loved this but put my own special twist. I fried a small eggplant along with and then layered the fried vegetables with tomatoe sauce mozarella parmesan and a little cottage cheese in my iron skillet then placed it all in the oven on 350 for 30 mins.
After living all of my 53 years in the south I can honestly say this is the best and ONLY way to cook fried green tomatoes in bacon grease. It's a southern tradition. These are great I do add a little cajun seasoning and a dash of sugar other than that I don't change a thing. Everyone that I have ever made these for raved over them and during the months when tomatoes are in over abundance I make these often. This is by far the very best recipe that any cook can make successfully.