Last week we went to a local farmer's market, and not a very good one. I'm hoping that it will get better as the season continues. I did get a hankering for fried green tomatoes after seeing some. They were $1 a piece, way too much. But I found some at our Food Outlet for $1.19 a pound. I was able to buy 6 for $3 and some change. I have never made these myself so I received a lesson from Chuck's Aunt Frances.
Chuck's Aunt Frances. I asked her to give me a sexy smile, she played along.
Here's how to make them:
Cut the tomatoes as thin as you can.
Soak them in buttermilk.
Dump 1 cup of self-rising flour, 1 tsp. of salt, and 1 tsp. of pepper into a large ziplock bag.
Shake a couple of the slices into the flour mixture.
Place the slices into a frying pan with an inch of hot oil.
Allow the slices to brown all the way around the edge of the slice then turn ONCE.
If you turn the slices over continuously they will be greasy.
Brown that side.
Place the slices into a rack on top of paper towels.
Eat while hot! They are crunchy goodness with a dash of salt.