How to make Fried Green Tomatoes! Sliced firm green tomatoes, dipped in egg and coated with flour, cornmeal and bread crumbs, fried and seasoned with salt and pepper. Yes, Fried Green Tomatoes. Curious as usual, we found some big green tomatoes at the farmer’s market last weekend and just had to try these fried green tomatoes.
What follows is how to make fried green tomatoes that even first-timers can manage with great success. Fried Green Tomatoes made with green tomatoes and a super crispy cornmeal crust served with a delicious remoulade sauce. A quick and easy appetizer recipe. The verdict at this house? Yum! What a great way to make use of end-of-the-season tomatoes.
No one does Fried Green Tomatoes like Southern Living. The cornmeal and flour crust is what sets this recipe apart from others. In only a matter of minutes, your tomatoes will be battered, fried and perfectly crispy. Not only can you enjoy these as a perfect summer appetizer paired with Buttermilk Herb Ranch Sauce, try sandwiching them with lettuce and bacon for an elevated BLT or scattering them in between fresh tomatoes and mozzarella for crunch and flavor in a caprese salad.
Fried Green Tomatoes
Here is how to prepare it:
I mix 1 egg and a cup of milk. Any kind of milk.
Cut 1 to 2 green tomatoes into slices
2 cups Self rising flour
Dip slice tomatoes in flour
Then dip into egg wash and back into flour.
Pan fry on medium.
Vegetable or Canola oils fry best.