Stuffed Tomatoes

Tomatoes are a tasty and colorful vegetable to stuff, whether using as an entree, side or lunch there is a variation for every occasion.

16 Recipes




Global Cuisine

30 reviews

A great vegetarian/vegan recipe for stuffed tomatoes. You can also use smaller tomatoes and reduce the cooking time.

Recipe by: Krista B

79 reviews

This is a great recipe for fresh tomatoes, they are stuffed with a combination of bacon and capsicums then baked in the oven.

Recipe by: AJRHODES3

1 review

A fresh tomato stuffed with bacon, onion, capsicum, cheese and an egg. Baked to perfection in a hot oven until egg is set. Served atop a toasted English muffin.

Recipe by: JuliettevanSon

7 reviews

This is a super tasty combo of cheeses, tuna and spices, perfect for stuffing big summer tomatoes. Enjoy!

Recipe by: Linda Glenn

40 reviews

Plump tomatoes are stuffed with couscous, sun-dried tomatoes, mozzarella, fresh basil and mint, then roasted to perfection.

Recipe by: Jen

No reviews

Beef tomatoes are scooped out and stuffed with a mixture of cous cous, pine nuts and spices. This is very good served with Greek yoghurt.

Recipe by: Zoë Harpham

No reviews

This sadly is a regular way I use my leftover fried rice, if feeling keen I will make the fried rice from scratch.

Recipe by: MumAndMe

1 review

These stuffed tomatoes not only look pretty but taste delicious and fresh. They can be a fancy side at dinner or a simple lunch.

Recipe by: Annakm

18 reviews

This is super easy to make and super delicious too! You can even make them vegan by leaving out the butter.

Recipe by: Shar

No reviews

Tomatoes are stuffed with a risotto like filling containing pine nuts, currants, mint, dill and parsley, eat alone or serve with a salad.

Recipe by: Julia

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