Simple Fried Green Tomatoes

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Simple Fried Green Tomatoes

Fall is such a beautiful time of the year, and also the end of our garden season. There are always green tomatoes left on the vines of our plants. Don't let them go to waste, make these simple fried green tomatoes.

These fried green tomatoes make a perfect appetizer, snack or delicious side dish to go with any meal. I don't think my fried green tomatoes are going to win any awards, but they sure are tasty and easy to make.

Fried green tomato recipe

The first thing was to slice the tomatoes. Then, I poured about 1/8-inch of peanut oil into the bottom of my Cast Iron Skillet and set it on medium.

Fried green tomatoes

While the oil was heating up, I prepared a dredging station with one cup flour, 2 beaten eggs, and two cups of Seasoned Panko Bread Crumbs.

Once the oil was ready I dredged one slice of tomato at a time. First in the flour, then the egg and last the bread crumbs. Placing them in the hot oil for only about 10 seconds per side until golden brown.
Then place them on a plate with lined with paper towels. 

This is my simple method for fried green tomatoes. As always thanks for stopping by and I hope you enjoy it.








7 comments:

  1. I just online and was going to look for a recipe for fried green tomatoes. First I had to check Facebook though :) Scrolling down your recipe appears. What great luck!

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    1. Thanks so much Susan, I do hope you enjoy these. They are very easy to make and taste oh!! so good.

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  2. These look great! I've eaten them but never made them myself.

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    1. Thank you, Carol. I really like to keep things simple. Thanks for stopping by :)

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  4. This is one of my husband's favorite dishes! I would call it his comfort food. I don't think he has ever cooked them with the Panko bread crumbs. I'll have to be sure to show him your recipe.

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    1. Hi Cynthia, I like Panko because it gives them a little crunch. Some recipes use a batter, but I've never tried it that way. I hope he tries the Panko :) Thanks for stopping by.

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