+

Bone Suckin’ Tomato Pie

Sign up to save this recipe to your profile Sign Up Now ›
4 Easy
Total: Active:
1 Rating 

Ingredients (10)

  • Bone Suckin’ Seasoning & Rub, 2 tsp.
  • Prepared Pie Crust, 1
  • Parmesan, ¼ cup, grated
  • Mayonnaise, ¾ cup
  • Lemon Juice, 3 Tbsp.
  • Fresh Basil, ¼ cup, chopped
  • Salt and Pepper
  • Cheddar Cheese, 2 cups, grated
  • Plum tomatoes, 8-10, sliced (any tomato will do!)
  • Scallions, ½ cup, thinly sliced
Try Amazon Fresh

Get fresh food news delivered to your inbox

Sign up for our newsletter to receive the latest tips, tricks, recipes and more, sent twice a week.

Bone Suckin’ Tomato Pie

This time of year most have a bumper crop of tomatoes. This is the perfect dish to use up some of the tomatoes! And the flavors are out of this world good!

Instructions

  1. 1Preheat oven to 350˚. Place pie crust in oven and bake for 10 minutes, then set aside to cool.

In a small bowl mix together parmesan cheese, mayonnaise, lemon juice, salt and pepper, then set aside.

Layer the tomatoes in the pie crust; sprinkle some of the basil on top of the tomatoes, cover with the mayonnaise mixture and sprinkle liberally with cheddar cheese. Repeat until pie crust is filled.

Bake for 30-40 minutes until the crust is golden and pie is bubbly. Allow the pie to cool for at least 20 minutes. The pie is easier to cut and serve when it is cooled slightly. Serves 4.

Load Comments

Recommended from Chowhound

10 Must-Buy Food Souvenirs You'll Want to Bring Back from France
Chow with Me

10 Must-Buy Food Souvenirs You'll Want to Bring Back from France

by Hana Asbrink | My latest haul. Welcome to Chow...

Chefs Share Their Favorite Summer Meat Marinades for Steak, Chicken, Shrimp & More
Guides

Chefs Share Their Favorite Summer Meat Marinades for Steak, Chicken, Shrimp & More

by Dan Koday | You ever notice how a great marinade can instantly elevate what otherwise would end up as a pretty...

Tokyo to Texas: Austin Chef Reflects on His Multicultural Upbringing
Spotlight

Tokyo to Texas: Austin Chef Reflects on His Multicultural Upbringing

by Eric Silverstein | By Eric Silverstein Chef Eric Silverstein is the founder and owner of The Peached Tortilla in Austin...