Definition of Stuffed tomato
1. Noun. Tomato cases filled with various salad mixtures and served cold.
2. Noun. Tomato cases filled with various mixtures and baked briefly.
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Literary usage of Stuffed tomato
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Home Cook Book: A Collection of Practical Receipts by Expert Cooks (1905)
"... as Salad—Spinach Salad—Sweetbread Salad— Tomato Salad—stuffed tomato Salad—Red and Yellow Tomato Salad—Tomato and Cauliflower Salad—Tomato Jelly—Tuxedo ..."
2. Fifty-two Sunday Dinners: A Book of Recipes, Arranged on a Unique Plan by Elizabeth O. Hiller (1915)
"... DUMPLINGS BUTTERED BEETS BAKED SQUASH stuffed tomato SALAD MOCK CHERRY PIE CHEESE COFFEE CIDER NUT AND OLIVE CANAPE Cut stale white bread in crescents. ..."
3. Domestic Science by Bertha J. Hoisington Austin (1914)
"VEGETABLES Lesson IX Materials used: stuffed tomato kneading board granite pie tin omelet ... —stuffed tomato 1. Wash the tomato in clean cold water, wipe, ..."
4. The New England Cook Book by Helen Saunders Wright (1912)
"stuffed tomato SALAD Choose firm ripe tomatoes. Cut off a piece from the top and remove the seed. Stuff with chopped cucumber, green pepper and minced onion ..."
5. One Thousand Salads by Olive Green (1909)
"stuffed tomato SALAD—I Stuff tomato-shells with a mixture of chicken and shrimp ... stuffed tomato SALAD—II Fill tomato-shells with cooked sweetbreads cut ..."
6. The Boston Cooking-school Cook Book by Fannie Merritt Farmer (1911)
"stuffed tomato Salad II Prepare tomatoes same as for Tomatoes Stuffed with ... Serve with Mayonnaise, and garnish with shredded lettuce. stuffed tomato ..."