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Sauteed Tomato Halves

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Ingredients

2 ripe tomatoes
1/2 pint heavy cream
1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese
4 leaves fresh basil, chopped
1/4 cup seasoned bread crumbs
Olive oil

Instructions

Slice tomatoes in half crosswise. Set top half aside. Dip sliced area of bottom half in bread crumbs. Heat saute pan until hot; add olive oil. Juist before oil begins smoking, add tomaotes breaded-side down. Cook a couple of minutes or until edges begin to brown. Add cream and cheese. Continue cooking until sauce is thick. Add basil. Remove tomatoes and place cooked side up. Pour reduced sauce over the tomatoes and serve. Serves 2-4.

Ken Willoughby, University of Michigan BioStation, Pellston, MI; Cooking with Learn Great Foods.



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