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Made half a recipe with fresh cherry tomatoes from the garden. Think I added too much feta so will measure next time. Served with Gourmet Greek Burgers. Yummy.

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adopt a greyhound September 15, 2013

Love these tomatoes. We've been going easy on the bread since Christmas, so served them over an undressed green salad instead. Cut back on the oil (used 1/2 cup) and added a slosh of balsamic vinegar. I will make these often. Thanks so much for posting such a useful recipe.

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Leggy Peggy January 08, 2012

Yummm! I used the 2 T. of garlic in the oil and let the tomatoes set in them for about 15 minutes before baking. Served with an extra crusty sour dough bread and we all loved it! Thanks for posting. Made for ZWT 6.

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Scoutie June 13, 2010

FABULOUS!!!!!!! I placed the tomatoes, oil and lots of garlic with a good sprinkle of pepper in a cast iron pan. Let marinade for 1 hour. Baked for 15 minutes, tossed with cheese and basil. Served with toasred pita. So SO SOOOOO good. A must make. Made for the whine and cheese. ZWT6

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Rita~ June 11, 2010

Delicious!! I loved this simple and flavorful dish. Thanks for sharing! ZWT6

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Starrynews June 08, 2010

Very easy and very tasty! I steeped the garlic in the oil a couple hours and it really made for some great dipping at the table. The tomatoes are done just right. They still have some structure to them unlike some baked tomato recipes I've tried that turn to mush. Served with Balsamic glazed salmon. Awesome dinner! Thanks Leslie for sharing! Made for ZWT 2009.

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Slim PA May 15, 2009

Honestly, I was so surprised by how much I enjoyed these tomatoes. I'm not usually a fan of feta, but had it on hand along with the other ingredients.....and just loved the final product! It sounded similar to a cool tomato salad that I make in the summer with mozzarella and basil....but I never would have thought to bake the tomatoes in the olive oil....just wonderful, as it really brought out the flavors of the tomato, garlic and basil! I plan to enjoy it again this weekend served as an accompaniment to grilled shrimp. Thank you, -Leslie-, for a lovely and delightfully different tomato salad!!

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FolkDiva May 13, 2009

Wonderful! Tastes like summer. Halved the recipe, but otherwise followed the directions exactly. Dd says she wishes she could give it 500 stars :) Made for ZWT5.

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helowy May 12, 2009

Very good! I will make this again for sure. I didn't have fresh basil so I used chopped scallions and added some lemon juice, salt and freshly ground pepper. Oh, for the tomatoes, I just cut them and tossed them in extra-virgin olive oil with pre-minced garlic. I added the feta after about 15 minutes and really liked the flavor, so did my DH. I served this as a side dish with BBQ steak and rice and beans. Thanks for posting!

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Oolala November 05, 2007
Baked Cherry Tomatoes and Feta