Step 6: Fry

Prepare the frying pan and oil:
  • Place a large cast iron skillet or frying pan over medium heat and coat with the oil. When the oil is hot, pan-fry the tomatoes (in batches if necessary) until golden brown and crispy on both sides, about 3 to 4 minutes on each side.
  • Carefully remove the tomatoes and drain on paper towels.
<br> Food is what I wanted to be looking at today, thanks.<br> <br> L
You are welcome! A must try if I may say so. But My favorites were the muffins AND the roasted garlic! Yum! Thanks for sharing and have a shunshiny fall day!<br>sunshiine
<br> It is sunny, thank you <sub>(look)</sub><br> <br> L
Oh my! It is beautiful! What a thing to wake up to! By the way You have been missed with your posting. Hope all is well. Enjoy! Sunshiine
My connection's been dodgy, I ran out of credit and I was partying last night (Nov 5th). Just been around <a href="http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/c3/Bilberry_%26_Digley_Reservoirs.jpg">Digley</a> - should have taken the camera...<br> <br> L
My sister used to tell me the story of how she spent a day taking these wonderful pictures. She of course described every detail and went on for several minutes and then informed me she did not have any film in her camera. I still chuckle when I think about it. Hope your evening was fun. I had to smile when you mentioned you were partying late. I ran across a remedy for hangovers, I thought someday I might post here. Maybe sooner than I thought because you might have benefited from it. I personally don't drink, well, on very rare occasions. 1X a year if that. We are home bodies. I am an Instructable nerd and my husband loves some game he plays. I tell him at least I get free t-shirts. He gets a backache. <br>Cheers, Sunshiine
Your sister does right; you need to look at what you're photographing to understand what you want to capture. But with digital cameras you can snap with impunity and delete the crap at no cost.<br> The whole weekend was very good (like the 4th of July) but I know how much booze is too much and did the &quot;get out of the 'kin-road and on the pavement!&quot; job for my less careful friends<sub>(who both persisted in trying to kiss me...)</sub><br> <br> L
Technology has come so far! Imagine pictures taken on the moon that shows footprints left from our men walking on the moon. What quality! It seems as though I don't have my camera when there is something amazing to take pictures of. Years ago my sister and I were in the country and huge billows of clouds formed rapidly and we did not have any film. She told me I will never see anything like that again in my lifetime. So far it has been true. It was beautiful. There was one time I took some pictures of something that was amazing to me and I had a camera and it was digital! The funny thing about it was I shared it on Instructables! I was really overly excited, but it amazed me. Thanks for sharing. Sunshiine
Oh yes, and thanks for sharing! Sunshiine
Nothing better than fried green tomatoes. Your recipe is different from other ones I've used and I can't wait to try it.
Yes, it is different. Mom used to make these but I do not know how she made them. I just remember how good they were. Thanks for all your support! Have a sunshiiny day sister! <br>Sunshiine
My grandmother would make cold Ham sandwiches with the leftovers ..... but a BLT, on rye....... oh My!
That sounds good! BLT'S yeah! sweet! Thanks for commenting! Enjoy your weekend.<br>Sunshiine
Looks tasty! And those little tomatoes look so cute!
Blush thanks! They were soooo good! Passed hubby's approval. I love BLT's and that is why I added the bacon. Thanks for commenting! Have a splendorous day!<br>Sunshiine

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