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Baked Tomatoes Oregano

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Nutritional information

110 cal
Energy
3.9 g
Protein
14,2 g
Carbohydrates
5.4 g
Fat
1 g
Saturated Fat
3.2 g
Fiber
103 g
Sodium
4 mg
Cholesterol

Baked Tomatoes Oregano

Features:
  • Veg
Cuisine:
    • 50 mins
    • Serves 4
    • Easy

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    Baked Tomato Oregano is a scrumptious Greek cuisine that can be prepared and served on the table within minutes. You wouldn’t believe how just a drizzling of olive oil and sprinkle of oregano on tomato slices can bring out its taste!

    You can even sandwich them between slices of your favorite bread and create a whole new kind of breakfast. Here’s how you can try this easy recipe at home.

    Health Benefits:

    If you don’t like eating tomatoes any other way, then try this recipe of baked tomatoes as there are various health benefits associated with tomatoes and it’s important to make it a regular part of your diet.

    Tomatoes are low in calories and Romano cheese is high in healthy fat content. Baked Tomatoes Oregano makes for a perfect breakfast and gives you a good boost of energy without piling up on the carbs.

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    How to Make baked tomatoes oregano

    1. Begin by preheating the oven at 400°
    2. Prepare a shallow baking dish by greasing it with oil. Set aside.
    3. In the baking dish arrange tomato slices close together. Sprinkle grated Romano cheese, garlic, breadcrumbs, parsley, oregano and seasons it with salt and pepper to taste.
    4. Drizzle olive oil on the tomatoes and place the baking tray in the preheated oven. Allow the tomatoes to bake for 20 minutes, or until the cheese has slightly roasted and brown in color.

    Trivia:

    • In the beginning of times, people used to be afraid to eat tomatoes and thought them to be poisonous because of their relation to the deadly nightshade plant (belladonna).
    • There’s not a single mention of tomatoes in the complete work of Shakespeare.
    • Tomatoes are not just red in color but also found in yellow, white, purple, black, and pink color.
    • If tomatoes are kept in sunlight, they rapidly lose their Vitamin C.

    While tomato is obviously not poisonous, its leaves are toxic.

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