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Fried Green Tomatoes are extremely popular sliced and fried crunchy bites of tangy green tomatoes. They are totally addictive and easy to make at home!

For great fried appetizers, try Crispy Parmesan Fried Zucchini, Mozzarella Sticks or Onion Rings.  They are warm and crispy crowd favorites that will keep everyone happy while dinner is on the way!

Stack of fried green tomatoes on a white plate.

Classic Fried Green Tomatoes

Green tomatoes are a great sign that fall is on its way. The cooler weather delivers an abundance of these unripe tomatoes. They are a more firm tomato with a tangy flavor that changes things up from the red tomatoes that filled the summertime menus. The juicy sweet and sour red tomatoes give way to the less moist green tomato.  Although it is not a great tomato to eat raw, it is the perfect texture to cook or pickle.  Load them up with flavorful batter and fry them for a warm and crisp bite that doesn’t…

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