Make the most of summertime tomatoes with these sweet and savory tomato pie recipes.
We raised the ante on classic tomato pie with a sour cream crust studded with bacon, layers of colorful tomatoes, and plenty
of cheese and herbs to tie it all together. For best results, seed the tomatoes and drain the slices before baking.
Stone-ground cornmeal adds texture to the biscuit-like crust, but you can use plain cornmeal or your favorite biscuit recipe.
Cookbook author Sheri Castle shared her recipe, a family favorite, with us. Be sure to drain the ricotta before mixing with
the goat cheese. Spread it gently into the delicate crust so it won't pull away from the pan.
This short-crust (non-rising) cheese dough forms a delicate shell for these juicy little wonders.
Old-fashioned Tomato Pie is summer perfection thanks to garden fresh tomatoes and herbs. When you serve Old-fashioned Tomato
Pie, this plate of goodness is always a home run.
Make the most of summertime tomatoes with this savory tomato pie featuring fresh tomatoes, basil, and a homemade sour cream
This updated tomato pie is served pizza-style on a puff pastry with a combination of feta and mozzarella cheese. An assortment
of herbs along with colorful fresh tomatoes gives this tomato tart its wonderful flavor.
Gooey mozzarella, juicy plum tomatoes, and hints of rosemary and lemon combine to make this savory tart. To save time, use
pre-packaged frozen pastry dough.
This quiche-like pie uses two of summer’s showstoppers—tomatoes and basil—mixed with gooey mozzarella and ham for a combination
of savory and sweet. This dish is perfect for an afternoon brunch or lunch outdoors.
With all the flavor of a traditional tomato pie, these Tiny Tomato Tarts will be a hit at any gathering.
An easy-to-make twist on the traditional summery dish, this recipe starts out with refrigerated pie crusts and is topped with
fresh Parmesan cheese.