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Tomato Pie



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The other day the Food Network was on in the background as we were getting dinner ready and we caught the tail end of Neely Brown creating some sort of Tomato Pie concoction.  I could not stop thinking about it….so we whipped up something similar.  And I do have to say, it was every bit as good as I had imagined.

We’re already planning our next tomato pie and have a long list of variations we plan to try.

Here is how we tackled our first one:

Tomatoes (we had grape tomatoes on hand, she used a red and yellow tomato for color)

Mozzarella Cheese

Olive Oil

Salt and Pepper

Crushed Red Pepper

Pie Crust

Start by rolling out the pie crust

Next, slice tomatoes and mozzarella and place in a circle around pie crust about 2-3 inches from the edge.

Sprinkle salt and pepper and add red pepper flakes.

Fold edges of pie crust over to hold in all of the yummy goodness.

Brush edges of piecrust with olive oil, drizzle a bit of olive oil over tomatoes and bake for 35 minutes at 375.

We’re thinking about adding garlic and basil to the next one.  Maybe even some balsamic vinegar.  Perhaps some parmesan as it comes out of the oven.  The possibilities are endless!!!

…I think I’m in love!!!

  1. Debbie Anglin says:

    This sounds fabulous! And easy. And healthy. I’m going to pick up the ingredients from the store tonight.

    1. Thanks Debbie. It is so easy and so yummy! I just had a cold, leftover, piece from the fridge…it’s all I can do to keep from going back for the rest of it! Please let me know how yours turns out and what all you put in it!

  2. Traci Ratliff says:

    WOW!!! That sounds delicious!!! I will be making this very soon!! I have a recipe for a balsamic dressing that we put over tomatoes and mozzarella and it tastes just like the tomatoes & mozz salad at Panera….it would be really yummy on this pie!!

    1. Yum! Please share your recipe!!!

  3. Debbie Anglin says:

    I used tomatoes from the farmer’s market and some fresh basil. Pretty yummy!! Mine didn’t look as pretty as yours. Thanks for the recipe.

  4. Kerry Cozza says:

    Thanks for that! My mother recently harvested her garden full of tomatoes before the winter really set in, and I found myself the proud owner of two or five buckets worth! Of course I couldnt eat them all, but I did find a website full of loads more tomato recipes at this site. A whole website dedicated the topic!! Crazy what you can find on the internets nowadays!!

    1. Thanks for the link to the tomato recipes! Let me know when you have a chance to try the tomato pie and any variations… we’ve had so much fun experimenting!

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