L's StoryMy aunt gave me this recipe and it has become one of my favorites,the original recipe uses Velvetta cheese but I don't like that,so I use cheddar or jack.It is so simple and so deliscious!
No amounts are needed,just make as much as you want to serve.
For a lighter version,you can omit frying the tomatoes and just bake until they're tender.
salt and pepper
green tomatoes,sliced thin
your favorite mexican salsa
cheddar cheese, shredded
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1Season tomatoes slices with salt and pepper to taste.Heat a small amount of oil in a skillet ,saute tomatoes until slightly soft.
In a oven proof dish,layer tomatoes,spread with salsa and sprinkle with cheese.Make as many layers as you need.Bake 350 degrees until tomatoes are tender ad dish is bubbly.
Nancy R Robeyone - Sep 6, 2010
Yum, I have a bunch of green tomatoes, and this looks great! Some bread crumbs on top might be nice too, and some garlic powder.
L D windella - Sep 6, 2010
Yes! make it your own!
Mariah McCord MariahMcCord - Sep 9, 2010
I was thinking of adding crushed tortilla chips to mine. I use El Milagro because they are restaurant quality and very lghtly salted.
L D windella - Sep 9, 2010
that would be tasty!
Kim Biegacki pistachyoo - Sep 14, 2011
LaWanda, this sounds very yummy. I am right there with you on switching up the cheese and I am sure that the switch to cheddar makes this even more flavorful! Look forward to trying it. Do you use this as a side dish or serve it alone?