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I know, and I think it was SWR was looking for a recipe for FGT, durned if I can remember the board if I"m not sure of the requester. However this is a good board to share with, you can't imagine the agony I went through on this with my beloved recipe board. (That's not sarcasm, I LOVE the recipe board).

The Agongy and the Ecstasy

There are 2 ways of making FGT and you can try them both, with no extra work in the same session w/ no extra work:

Proportional adjust for the # of tomatos

tomatos sliced 1/4 - 3/8 thick
1 portion flour
1 portion cornmeal (stoneground yellow by my choice. . . . )
(season both, I use salt and coarse ground black pepper)
eggs and milk scrambled together equal proportions like 2 eggs and 1/2 cup milk, think french toast)

Method one:

dredge slices in flour, then egg/milk, then in cornmeal and fry.

Method two:

Decide method one is too much work and dump flour, cornmeal, egg/milk together to make a thick batter, dip to coat and fry.

Lazy Ravy prefers method two.

Rav
Red eye gravy anyone? ;) Anyone have a good directions (ummmm, maybe that's another distinction between here and the recipe board, we want directions on something rather than recipes) for beaten biscuits, that doesn't involve a machine?

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