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YOURS: This week's "YOURS" goes to The Prudent Pantry for her post on easy hummus! What I love about this recipe is that she doesn't use tahini. Not that there's anything wrong with tahini, but it can be expensive and difficult to make on your own. At least for me, anyways. Instead of tahini, The Prudent Pantry uses spanish olives, then adds, basil, cilantro and other delectable spices to finish it off. I can't WAIT to try this!
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MINE: We're going to talk about tomatoes again. If you can't wait until your tomatoes turn red to use them, how about fried green tomatoes? Since moving down to Mexico, I've learned to make these and our family absolutely LOVES them! Here's how...
Fried Green Tomatoes
10 to 20 tomatoes, depending on the size
2 cups flour
2 teaspoons salt
1 teaspoon pepper
4 eggs, beaten (or if you're vegan, 4 tablespoons of flaxseed blended with 3/4 cup water)
About 1/2 cup oil or melted butter
Step 1: We gathered about 20 green roma tomatoes...
Step 2: Slice them up...
Step 3: In a small bowl, mix together flour, salt and pepper.
Step 4: Heat oil or butter in a large frying pan, then dip each tomato slice into the eggs, then in the flour mixture...
Step 5: Fry until golden brown, then flip and fry the other side.
Step 6: Place on a plate with a paper towel or cloth napkin to absorb excess oil, then serve!
We served these on toasted bread with ranch dressing. Some love to eat them plain with tobasco sauce, and others like to eat them on BLT's. The possibilities are endless! As I said before, my kids absolutely love this, especially Twin B. He ate more slices than did the 17-year-old boy. I hope your family loves this as much as we do!
OURS: Okay, can't wait to see what all of you amazing homemakers have for us today! Last week we had lots of new links, and I'd LOVE to see that again! Have a great Homemaker Monday!
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