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PHOTO @ QUESTION POSTED BY Cherie Antin Fasbinder
Hey fellow gardeners….
Got about 1/3 of the garden cleaned out today. What do you do with your green tomatoes??? I pickle some, and I have a green tomato cake recipe that is fabulous (previously posted)… but I sure have a LOT of tomatoes!!


  • Sharron Snyder Lauchman my Mom canned them green and then we used later for fried green tomatoes, but don’t remember how she did it.
  • Kathy Morrissey green tomato pie…..fried green tomatoes…..I sure wish I had some of those……
  • Cherie Antin Fasbinder green tomato pie?? that’s a new one for me… recipe please??
  • Serena Adkins Ellison BEAUTIFUL!!!!! WHERE ARE YOU CHERIE? LOL My garden is long been gone.. we had big frost this morning too.. and snow flurries maybe this wed
  • Serena Adkins Ellison Cherie we have had several people on this group post their versions of Green Tomato Pie on my website..
  • Cherie Antin Fasbinder yeah… that’s why I got out there today… rain tomorrow and hard freeze tomorrow night. I’m in suburbs of Kansas City
  • Cherie Antin Fasbinder thanks Serena… I’ll look!
  • Kathy Morrissey Green Tomato Pie III
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    5 green tomatoes, chopped

    1 1/2 cups white sugar

    2 tablespoons cider vinegar

    1 teaspoon ground cinnamon

    1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg

    1/4 teaspoon ground cloves

    1/2 teaspoon salt

    1/4 cup all-purpose flour

    1 recipe pastry for a 9 inch double crust pie

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    Directions

    1.Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).
    2.Place diced green tomatoes and vinegar in a large bowl.
    3.In a medium bowl, mix together sugar, cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, salt and flour. Sprinkle over tomatoes and toss to coat evenly.
    4.Pour into pie crust and cover with criss-cross lattice crust.
    5.Bake at 350 degrees F (175 degrees C) for 30 to 35 minutes, until bubbly and crust is brown.

  • Kathy Morrissey There are several on All Recipes for Green Tomato Pie
  • Serena Adkins Ellison here is one of them.. there are lots more http://cookingwithserena.com/?p=62595

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  • Nancy Wills Sturgill I love to can them for fried green tomatoes. They are delicious.
  • Charity Rentzel Eyler Fried green tomatoes!
  • Serena Adkins Ellison http://cookingwithserena.com/?p=53197

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  • Cabby Diane Whitt Putting them in a bowl With apples will allow them to ripen beautifully.
  • Lucia Rasbot Green tomatoes are good to make hot sauce
  • Judy Sanford Scott Slice them, dip them in cornmeal and put them on a cookie sheet and freeze them. Then bag them up for fried green tomatoes in the winter time
  • Judy Sanford Scott My mother used to dip them in a weak clorox solution, wrap them in newspaper and pack them in a box and have ripe tomatoes at Christmas .
  • Lillian Asbury We picked our green tomatoes today and a small wheelbarrow of green peppers. Frosted last night, but thankfully didn’t get the peppers or tomatoes. Picked our popcorn also. Actually picked a few ears of corn about a week ago. It was planted to harvest late. I am in WV. We lay our green tomatoes out in boxes in single layer and let them ripen.
  • Cherie Antin Fasbinder Kathy Morrissey… tried that green tomato pie III – wonderful!!! Who would have thought green tomatoes would make a great pie!! :o ) Next I am trying a green tomato bread recipe – will let you know if it comes out good.
  • Cherie Antin Fasbinder Hey Kathy Morrissey – do you refrigerate the leftovers on this pie? I don’t on apple pie… but didn’t know on this?
  • Serena Adkins Ellison BREAD??? WOW I want pictures.. I haven’t tried green tomato bread ever!!!
  • Debra Hackett-Benning Put green tomatoes in brown paper bags to ripen. At least a 50 percent success rate.
  • Serena Adkins Ellison you better post that one Cherie Antin Fasbinder LOL
  • Cherie Antin Fasbinder just came out of the oven… smells great. I made a bunch of very small ones (gifts) and I regular loaf pan for us! As soon as it cools enough to take out of the pan I will post a pic :o )
  • Serena Adkins Ellison YEAH.. save the recipe or recipe link too.. I gotta have it
  • RoseMarie Coffman Midgett Kaufmann I made green tomatoe relish
  • Dawn Parkison I set mine on counter with a few ripened tomatoes and let them turn red then I take the abundance no one ate, chop up and freeze in little baggies to add to soups and other dishes I will cook over winter. I like doing it in small batches instead of in Tupper ware so whatever I thaw I cook immediately. I especially like to make chicken cacciatore (hunters chicken)and recently I used sliced tomatoes from the freezer in a pinch for a pizza Marguerite and it tasted same as if I had freshly sliced the tomatoes from the garden.
  • Mona Dillon Weseloh Wrap them in newspaper…they will ripen.

 

 

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