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Stuffed Tomatoes: 5 Easy Ways To Make This Classic Summer Dish

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Stuffed Tomatoes: 5 Easy Ways To Make This Classic Summer Dish

With so many tomatoes on hand during the summer you are probably wondering what else you can make with them. Aside from a refreshing summer salad, you can consider making stuffed tomatoes.

The classic fillings for stuffed tomatoes are rice (enriched with cheese, herbs or meat) and meat (most likely ground beef). However, the beauty of stuffed tomatoes is that you can fill them with just about anything and they'll still look impressive on the table.

Below we share easy stuffed tomato recipes that will surely delight your palate. We've included vegetarian options, as well as a recipe perfect for seafood lovers. Enjoy!

Stuffed Tomatoes: 5 Easy Recipes

Tomatoes Stuffed with Meat

Elegant, flavorful yet easy to make, these meat-filled baked tomatoes are perfect for feeding a crowd. Click here for this stuffed tomato recipe.

Grilled Tomatoes Stuffed with Breadcrumbs

Here is an easy BBQ recipe that comes together in minutes. Tomatoes are sliced in half, grilled, then stuffed with an olive and breadcrumb mixture.

Find the step-by-step recipe here.

Tomatoes Stuffed with Rice and Lentils

Baked in the oven, these rice and lentil stuffed tomatoes are a delicious vegetarian main course. The rice and lentils are pre-cooked so the tomatoes only have to be in the oven for 15 minutes.

Tomatoes Stuffed with Tuna

For this special stuffed tomato recipe, you won't need an oven, which makes this dish ideal for any summer get together. The tuna is tossed with olive oil and blended with scallions and sage for extra flavor.

Get the recipe for tuna-stuffed tomatoes here.

Stuffed Sundried Tomatoes

Sun-dried tomatoes are a Mediterranean staple and they can also be stuffed. All that is required is a tasty filling - perhaps some cheese and grilled eggplant or capers - and some toothpicks to hold it all together. It makes a fabulous appetizer!

Hungry for more?

Learn how to make this tomato and onion tart.

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