1 #10 can of diced tomatoes
1 cup real mayonnaise (do not use Miracle Whip)
1 TBSP lemon juice
2 cups shredded cheese (cheddar, cojack, mozzarella, whatever)
Diced onion (optional)
1 clove fresh garlic, minced or pressed
Italian seasoning - a good sprinkle
Dry or fresh basil - a very good sprinkle
Double pie crust
Drain (and squeeze) juice from canned tomatoes. (As a side note, fresh tomatoes may be used in season...chop them, and let them drain for a few hours on paper toweling). While the tomatoes are draining, mix the mayo and lemon juice. Stir until smooth and well-blended. Add dry herbs and garlic to the mixture.
Put pie crust into pan; top with drained tomatoes. Add diced onion and shredded cheeses. Pour mayo mixture over the top, gently spreading to the edges. Top with pie crust, crimp. I always add an egg wash to the pie crust to promote a "golden" crust. Bake at 350 degrees for 50-60 minutes, or until pie crust is well-browned.
Your banner is so cute! Well that looks delish - I've never even heard of it!
Oh! I thought I was lost for a second...didn't recognise the blog header! Where'd the aluminum cups and flowers go?? Make way for HALLOWEEN, that's where!
Your pie crust looks perfect!!!!
Sounds yummy Teresa; I love anything with mayo and this has lots, plus cheese...yummo!
That pie looks to pretty to eat! Thank you so much for stopping by and for leaving the link for your tutorial for the dress form. I am still hoping to rope my daughter into letting me use her as a model, we'll see.
This looks so AMAZING. I love anything and everything with tomatoes. I will definitely be trying this recipe.
In return, if you like asparagus, you might want to try this on for size:
This looks and sounds delish. I believe I will bake one this weekend. Thanks for sharing.
This looks so yummy! Is it something you would have as a side dish? I love your blog and I am anxious to hear about your time with your friend. I love evenings where you can do girlie things.
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