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The tomatoes are coming off I have frozen quite a

The tomatoes are coming off. I have frozen quite a bit. We have ate tomato sandw…

The tomatoes are coming off. I have frozen quite a bit. We have ate tomato sandwiches. Just sliced tomatoes, ramd rice and tomatoes. I have gave my daughter and neighbor some. I still have a dish pan full and will have to pick them again tomorrow. Recipes please. The easier the better. THANKS!



thank for the original creator Kelly T. Honeycutt

47 thoughts on “The tomatoes are coming off. I have frozen quite a bit. We have ate tomato sandw…”

  1. Wendy Melton Creighton

    Spaghetti sauce…run them through the food processor, dump in a bowl; run onions, garlic, and peppers of your choice through the food processor. Mix with tomatoes and add oregano and basil. I cook it in the crockpot…it usually takes 24 hours to cook down to the desired thickness. You can also do the same thing and make homemade Rotel…just use hot peppers instead.

  2. Gwen Gentry Teague

    Canning tomatoes is very easy, and you’ll have diced, crushed, or whole tomatoes all year for whatever you want to make. I canned diced and crushed this year, so no need to peel.

  3. Melissa Lyn Willet

    Get some canning jars and do some canning… Salsa, sauce, stewed tomatoes, jar tomatoes. . the best chili and sauces I ever had were with canned tomatoes.

  4. Holly Arndt Globokar

    BLT dip lots of tomato chopped thin, if you have large grape tomatoes I have a stuffed tomato recipe as well from my mil. I’d have to ask her for it. And other than that I have the same suggestions as everyone else lol

  5. Kelly T. Honeycutt

    Thanks for all the ideas. I am most definitely making a tomato pie. Never made one before. I’ll probably roast some and stuff some too.

  6. Melanie Rozelle

    I blanch them to get the skin off then I cut into quarters and simmer until they reduce by at least half. Let them cool and freeze them. Easier than canning, and so many uses. Soups, stews, spaghetti sauce and salsa.

  7. Jennifer Mitchum

    My grandma used to slice tomatoes for breakfast and pour gravy over them. It’s delicious.

  8. Tomato chutney-process canning.
    Tomato jelly-process canning.
    Skin, stew and jar with lemon juice for canned.
    Slice and dry in dehydrator for “sundried” tomatoes.

  9. Reva Fultz Hall

    Salsa,spaghetti sauce,chili,fried green tomatoes,blend in blender ,strain make tomato juice.then use some juice for veggie soup.make homemade tomato soup.fill tomatoes with cooked ground beef spur cream and cheese .

  10. Cindy 'Woodbury' Bailey

    In a food processor chop an onion, a jalapeno ,a clove of garlic, a handful of cilantro leaves, half of a lime squeezed into the veggies and then add fresh peeled tomatoes. Zip it around for a couple of seconds if you like it chunky, up to a minute if you want it smooth . I usually add a tsp or two of sugar to cut back on how acidic it can be. Serve we ith chips. Fresh Salsa.

  11. Melissa Christine Carey

    We roast tomatoes with garlic, basil and red peppers then food process and make spaghetti sauce

  12. Kimberly Shaffer Gigaroa

    Can them ( I use a method for oven tomatoes can just cut them into quarters) make juice, make tomato soup or homemade ketchup

  13. Connie O'Malley

    Salsa, spaghetti sauce, plain tomato sauce, tomato paste. I wish I had a tomato problem. I haven’t been able to have a garden due to my back. Hope this gives you ideas

  14. I have been slicing mine a little thick and putting them in a skillet and just melting cheese or Parmesan on them.

  15. If you have a dehydrator you can dehydrate and the grind into powder to use in soups and other recipes.

  16. Peel a small cucumber & dice , dice a tomato add a couple of teaspoons of either miracle whip or mayonnaise add a teaspoon of sugar mix well , chill & serve

  17. Julie Louwaert Kuhfeldt

    Caprese salad
    Sliced tomatoes, fresh basil, buffalo mozzarella, s&p and balsamic. Fresh, light and super yummy.

  18. Sarah Hatfield Herndon

    I love garden tomatoes! I like them diced in omelettes, baked in the oven with mozzarella cheese, shasushka, salsa, pico de Gallo, spaghetti sauce, on pizza with some fresh basil, on a grilled cheese sandwich, tomato bisque, stuffed tomatoes baked with cheese and ground turkey, on tacos etc

  19. You can dehydrate some for a “sun dried tomato”, I Sprinkle them with Italian seasoning then dehydrate.

  20. Phyllis Cleaver

    Scalloped Tomatoes
    Since you have fresh, you can cook them down in place of canned.
    14 oz can of diced tomatoes with sauce (put in chopper & pull string till close to puree, optional)
    1/3 to 1/2 cup brown sugar (depends on how sweet you like it)
    4 to 5 slices white bread, cut into 1″ squares
    1/4 tsp. salt
    6 TBLS butter, melted
    1. Add puree/diced tomatoes, brown sugar, and salt and boil 5 minutes
    2. Place bread in casserole, put melted butter over it and mix
    3. Add hot tomato mixture, stir to combine. I like to also sprinkle the top with black pepper.
    Bake 30-45 minutes at 375 degrees
    Can sit at room temperature during day after cooked.

  21. I too could not keep up with the tomatoes. So I dehydrated them in my dehydrator, you can also use the oven. I then put them in my blender and made dried tomatoes…keeps forever and you can make a paste by adding water, or spoon in your soup, use where you would use tomatoe seasoning. Store in a jar and keep forever!!!!

  22. Pico de Gallo. Dice up tomatoes, onions, jalapeños, and cilantro. Add a splash of lime juice, garlic powder, and a splash of vinegar. You can also add diced avocado for guacamole if you like. Perfect for taco Tuesday.

  23. My tomato pie. Layer sliced tomatoes with mix of cream cheese and shredded cheddar , salt and pepper. Sprinkle Italian flavor breadcrumbs on each layer of tomatoes. Bake till done .No exact recipe , I just sort of figured this out one day.

  24. Elizabeth Mahan-mick

    I love to make salsa! I also grow green peppers, cilantro, and onion. Can use it for dip or on tacos or burritos. I also make my own spaghetti sauce. you can also freeze the sauce as well.

  25. Make sauces for chili and spaghetti to freeze. I cook down other veggies for each of the sauces, chili peppers for chili, garden peppers for spaghetti onions for both. I add the seasonings after I thaw them out while cooking them. If you have the space for canned goods, great. I don’t so I froze them all.

  26. Caprese salad, tomato pie and salsa. Then some vodka sauce, homemade spaghetti sauce and freeze. Good luck

  27. Nicole Gonzalez

    I just saw something on a cooking show where he did stuffed tomatoes instead of peppers also as a kid I went to a restaurant that had stuffed tomatoes they were cold and was filled with tuna salad so good

  28. Mary Ehlert Palen

    Cut them up and put them in a roasting pan with olive oil and whatever spices you like. Roast them for a few hours until they have roasted down. Freeze them into small containers. When ready, thaw them and mix them (heated) into your choice of pasta. You can have them for a meatless night or add any cooked meats you like. Chicken or smoked sausage is best.

  29. Cathy Snyder Albee

    My husband slices them, adds a little olive oil, Italian seasoning and mozzarella cheese either bake or throws on the Blackstone till the cheese melts. Tastes like pizza so yummy. And I hate tomatoes!!

  30. I blended mine down, added spices and browned up some hamburger and then put them in gallon freezer bags for spaghetti, chili, sloppy joes, etc.

  31. Spaghetti sauce just add some tomato paste..it adds so much. Basically skin and seed the tomato, chop garlic and onion and sauté, some white sugar, basil, parsley and salt. Place in a large pan bring it to a boil then turn down to a simmer.

  32. Linda Piwowarski Will

    For bruschetta – dice and add a little olive oil, salt, and pepper. Put on homemade garlic toasts.

  33. I love them cored out and filled with chicken or tuna salad and crackers on the side good cold filling dinner

  34. Cut in fourths, Roast them with olive, salt, pepper, garlic powder, onion powder. You can put that over pasta an sprinkle with cheese and basil

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