Stuffed tomatoes

Stuffed tomatoes

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Stuffed Tomato Ingredients

  1. Tomatoes (large) 4-5 pieces
  2. Minced meat 200-300 grams
  3. Onion 1 piece
  4. Salt to taste
  5. Greens to taste
  6. Vegetable oil for frying
  • Main ingredients: Beef, Pork, Onion, Tomato
  • Portion4-5


Spoon, frying pan, spatula, kitchen knife, baking tray, hot pot holders.

Cooking Stuffed Tomatoes:

Step 1: prepare the tomatoes.

Rinse the tomatoes and cut off the top of them.

Gently peel the insides of the tomato so that you get hollow inside the cup. Do not far clean the pulped pulp, we will still need it.
Turn the inside of the hollow tomatoes downside down to allow excess fluid to drain.

Step 2: prepare the minced meat.

In a pan, heat a small amount of vegetable oil and throw onion chopped into small cubes into it. Sauté the onion until transparent, then add minced meat and tomato pulp to it. Salt to taste and simmer all together, stirring frequently, for 5-8 minutes.

Step 3: bake stuffed tomatoes.

Fill the tomatoes with lightly fried minced meat with onions (you can add fresh herbs to taste), cover them with “caps” cut off at the first stage and make them on a baking tray. Add some water and send everything to bake in a preheated oven on 40 minutes.
After cooking, stuffed tomatoes should be served immediately, until they have cooled.

Step 4: serve stuffed tomatoes.

Stuffed tomatoes before serving can be decorated with grated cheese (mozzarella will be especially good) or sour cream. Garnish, in my opinion, is not needed, however, you can offer mashed potatoes or pasta. The taste of this dish is simply amazing! You should definitely try to make sure of this yourself.
Enjoy your meal!

Recipe Tips:

- You can try to make a filling for a tomato not only from minced meat, but also from chicken, for example, or with the addition of various vegetables and cereals: boiled rice, buckwheat.