Tomato Tart with Three Cheeses
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 30 min.
This was so good. Fresh tomatoes from the garden made it extra special. I made it as a side but I could easily pair this with a salad to make it a meal.
This was SO GOOD. I was surprised that there was no "sauce", but it turned out so well I never missed it. It wasn't dry at all. I took the advice of "getavilla" and placed my tomato slices on a paper towel to absorb the liquid. My crust turned out great, not soggy at all! I did only need 3 plum tomatoes, but mine may have been big. I actually forgot to put additional basil on at the end, but I didn't miss that either. Took 13 minutes in my oven, came out beautifully. Next time I might sprinkle a little grated parmesan on the "crust" edge. Honestly it was so good I'm not sure I even want to tweak it much beyond that! We're definitely making this again. Note to self: it takes up to 40 minutes to thaw the frozen puff pastry, so keep that in mind as you're preparing this.
Very tasty! My son in particular loves this dish. I've played around with the cheeses a lot, depending on what I have on hand--comes out great every time!
Very Easy to make. I used a bag of 4 pre shredded Italian cheeses. I put Feta cheese on top rather than Parmesian. YUMMMMY. But --is it an appetizer or a meal??
I love to play with this recipe. Sometimes with different cheeses, Sometimes with thinly sliced onion but I always prebake my pie crust to a light toast to prevent a soggy bottom. Be sure to put sliced tomatoes on paper towels to absorb liquids before placing on crust.
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I added some fresh chopped garlic. Delicious!
This is absolutely great! I've made it several times and have received the same response every time...this is a keeper!
I used regular, homemade pizza dough, not puff pastry, but the rest of the recipe made a fabulous pizza!
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