Fried Green Tomatoes from My Garden Tomatoes! by darylo

Fried Green Tomatoes from My Garden Tomatoes!

Chuffed beyond measure. I had some large green tomatoes in my garden ripening too close to the ground, so I made the decision to harvest them and make the quintessential Southern dish called Fried Green Tomatoes, which I've never done. I made a Shriracha sauce for dipping. OMG OMG OMG.
I can not believe you have never made FGT before! I knew this was yours as soon as I saw it! So glad they turned out so well!
July 1st, 2020  
@grammyn 1st time for everything! I rarely like bothering with frying but this was easy and so rewarding using my own tomatoes :)
July 1st, 2020  
July 1st, 2020  
I made them for the first time a couple months ago and they are a delicious dish. Yours look yummy.
July 1st, 2020  
I’ve always been intrigued by this dish. These look great. How do you make them? I’d love to have a go...
July 1st, 2020  
July 5th, 2020  
I had these for the first time when Louise @weezilou made them for me when I visited her in Nova Scotia. OMG so delicious! I tried to make them myself but you cannot buy green tomatoes here in the UK. Not quite the same made with red! Yours look mouthwatering!
July 7th, 2020  
@pamknowler HAHA red tomatoes would result in mush. They are a signature southern dish. I rarely fry anything because of the mess but I had my own green tomatoes in the garden so I had to try!!
July 7th, 2020  
I have always wanted to try them....must hunt down some green tomatoes
July 8th, 2020  
Oh, Daryl, I'm ready for another Daryl meal. I planted 18 tomato plants and got about 20 tomatoes total including cherry tomatoes. Your photographic presentation promises deliciousness!
November 20th, 2020  
@jyokota I planted 3 tomato plants this summer that produced 4 waves of tomatoes. By end of summer, the bugs started to get to them. I also planted one ghost pepper plant that produced over 300 peppers. Same with my one jalepeno plant! I learned a whole bunch about gardening and it gave me a satisfying distraction all summer. This winter I've planted some collards, butter lettuce, and kale. I haven't paid much attention to them, so I don't think I'm a good winter farmer ha! They haven't died yet, though. :)
November 23rd, 2020  
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