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Baked Tomatoes With Panko

Baked Tomatoes With Panko #recipeI love tomatoes. We eat them sliced with onions often, but this time of year, I would rather find a warm way to eat them. Something that puts them in the oven. Something like our baked tomatoes with panko recipe.

This is something that I dreamed up one day, then made the next day … and a zillion days after that. It’s so simple and so delicious. You’ll love them. Trust me. Plus, you only need three ingredients for these and you probably have them all at home right now. Sounds like a reason to make them tonight!

Baked Tomatoes With Panko

Baked Tomatoes With Panko #recipe

What You’ll Need:

  • Tomatoes on the vine
  • Seasoned Panko breadcrumbs
  • Olive oil

What You’ll Do:

Preheat your oven to 350-degrees.

Baked Tomatoes With Panko #recipe

Slice each tomato into five slices.

Baked Tomatoes With Panko #recipe

Place them on a cookie sheet. Drizzle with olive oil. Bake at for ten minutes.

Baked Tomatoes With Panko #recipe

Cover each tomato with a generous spoonful of panko. Turn the oven to broil. Put the tomatoes back in the oven about two minutes (until the panko is browned).

Baked Tomatoes With Panko #recipe

Serve warm.

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Monday 16th of May 2016

This sounds so yummy! Great idea!

Janet Vinyard

Sunday 15th of May 2016

This reminds me of a similar recipe I had years ago - fresh tomatoes were topped with bread crumbs, a dab of butter and sprinkled with Parmesan cheese and then broiled until the butter and cheese melted. Yummy! Blessings, Janet


Friday 13th of May 2016

Ah, now I can't wait until my first summer tomatoes come in! Unlike most gardeners, I really don't care for raw tomatoes (even fresh from the garden!) But I love cooked tomatoes, and this sounds really yummy. Visiting from Homestead Hippy's From the Farm Blog Hop


Friday 4th of March 2016

I managed to find some really good tomatoes off season, and I would love to try this recipe!


Friday 4th of September 2015

These look delicious! Will have to try when I’m finished this round of Whole30. Thanks for joining the #GoodFriendsFriday linky party - our next post will be live shortly!