Tomato Dumplin's and Breaded Tomatoes (2 Recipes)

Diana Newton

By
@BillHillyDee

GMa made this and also breaded tomatoes often. This is more like a tomato soup with dumplings. It can easily be varied to your tastes and the recipe cut in 1/2, also.
Just use one can of counter biscuits and reduce sizes and/or amounts of other ingredients, if you want.

NOTE: Both recipes are very quick, easy and can be 'made your way' any way you prefer. The basics are provided here.


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Serves:

Varies

Prep:

5 Min

Cook:

20 Min

Method:

Stove Top

Ingredients

1 can(s)
tomato juice any kind (i prefer v-8 juice)
2 can(s)
stewed tomatoes any kind
3 can(s)
counter biscuits any kind
pinch
sugar to taste (i prefer just a sprinkle)
pinch
black pepper to taste (i prefer a lot of pinches)
add additional ingredients to your taste (spices, 2 pats of butter, splash of cream, etc)

BREADED TOMATOES

1 can(s)
diced or stewed 'maters
1-2 Tbsp
butter
1 pinch
sugar (i do not like sugar in my breaded 'maters but gma did)
1-2 slice
white bread
black pepper (and if needed a pinch of salt)

Directions Step-By-Step

1
FOR: 'MATER DUMPLIN's
2
Assemble all ingredients (EXCEPT counter biscuits) in a pan atop the stove.
3
Bring ingredients to a quick boil, stir and reduce heat.

Pinch off thumbnail sized pieces biscuits into boiling mixture. Then simmer on low for 20 minutes.

Grab your bowl, ladel in, enjoy!

NOTE: This is yummy with 1/2 grilled cheese sandwich or tossed salad or both.
4
FOR: BREADED 'MATERS
Assemble all ingredients (EXCEPT slice(s) of white bread) in a pan atop the stove.
Bring mixture to a rolling boil and stir, reduce heat to simmer. After 2 or 3 mins, turn heat on lowest setting.
Break in bits your sliced white bread and put on top of tomato mixture.
Turn off burner. Gently stir and toss until bread resembles a wet dumpling.
Grab a dessert cup or small bowl, dish it up from the pan, enjoy! Side dish perfect compliment to almost any meal.

About this Recipe

Main Ingredient: Vegetable
Regional Style: Southern
Dietary Needs: Vegetarian