Karen's Stuffed Dinky Tomatoes

Fabulous as a starter, as a main with potatoes & vegetables or as a party buffet dish. Here is what you will need for these amazing low fat tasty delights

Serves: 3

Cost of marinade per serving: 16p

Cooking Time: 1 hour

Ingredients

Method

Preheat the oven to 180 degrees & line a small roasting tray with foil alternatively, you can use a muffin bun tin. Slice off the top of each tomato then scoop out each one (I find a long handled teaspoon is perfect for this job) then save a tablespoon of the juice & seeds, discard the rest.

Heat a medium, non stick frying pan & add the bacon & cook for a few minutes then add the onion & cook for a further two minutes … add all the other ingredients except the grated cheese & the parsley & mix through, add the tomato juice at this stage & season to taste.

Turn off the heat & place this delicious mixture into each tomato case, then sprinkle with grated cheese & parsley, put on their hats & cook for one hour until lightly charred

 

 

Method

Preheat the oven to 180 degrees & line a small roasting tray with foil alternatively, you can use a muffin bun tin. Slice off the top of each tomato then scoop out each one (I find a long handled teaspoon is perfect for this job) then save a tablespoon of the juice & seeds, discard the rest.

Heat a medium, non stick frying pan & add the bacon & cook for a few minutes then add the onion & cook for a further two minutes … add all the other ingredients except the grated cheese & the parsley & mix through, add the tomato juice at this stage & season to taste.

Turn off the heat & place this delicious mixture into each tomato case, then sprinkle with grated cheese & parsley, put on their hats & cook for one hour until lightly charred

 

 

Ingredients