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Flavorful Italian ๐Ÿ… tomatoes.

 
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Hello all. I have a lot of tomatoes. Hereโ€™s how we deal with them.
Slice one in half and place cut side up. Sprinkle your favorite Italian seasoning, and salt. Place a pat of butter and give it a heavy dose of Parmesan cheese. We had a little left over mozzarella so it went on as well. We usually leave it off though. Broil for five minutes and enjoy.
This was the first time I used cherry tomatoes also. They became mushy and unappealing. The full sized fruit are a knife and fork umami blast!
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Pre broil
Pre broil
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Ready to eat
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