Tomato Pie - I Did It My Way

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Bunnell, FL 32110
13,675 Posts
Joined Jul 2006
Tomato Pie is easy and very tasty!

Fill a pre-baked pie crust with tomatoes and sweet onions, in a 2 - 1 ratio. You can alternate thin slices or use store bought chopped stuff. Salt & pepper to taste. My Wife added a bit of Basil.

Then you take shredded cheddar cheese and mix it with mayonnaise and one teaspoon of mustard. A recipe I saw on line said two cups of cheese and one cup of mayonnaise. Then you spread the mix on top of the tomatoes, covering all of the way to the edges.

Then you bake it at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. The onions were not fully cooked so next time I will cook it for 40 minutes.

The cheese/mayo mix melts and goes down into and through the tomato/onion mix.

Near Orlando but California Dreaming
14,305 Posts
Joined Sep 2002
This is the "Cruise Foodies" board, and somehow that doesn't look like "Foodie" food to me. Canned pie crust and processed cheese with mayo? No way I'd even try it.
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