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Based on a recipe here.

For two people, with one portion over (ie, three portions)
6 really big tomatoes
1 cup rice
6 mushrooms
2 small carrots
1 green capsicum
onion
garlic (I forgot to add it, but I think it'd be pretty good)
meat (I used pork, I think chicken would work, but I don't like it) about 200g?
chicken stock (or vegetable...)
herbs (I like Italian flavours, Of course, we forgot we have a massive topiary rosemary bush growing until after we adde dried rosemary. Oops.)
cheese for grating over the top (apparently tasty/cheddar/mozzarella was called for, we had grana padana.)


Cut hats out of the tomatoes, and compost them. Scoop out the insides without peircing the shell (I did make a couple of small incisions, but they seemed not to matter too much. Cutting something finger-sized out might make it hard for the stuffing to stay in.) Keep the insides and the juices.

Get a cup of water/stock on to heat, and add the rice, herbs, and tomato entrails Cook the rice. (You may need more water)


Chop the veggies and meat up into smallish pieces. Soften the onion, add the garlic and meat (if it needs cooking), and cook most of the way through. Add the rest of the veggies and fry until mostly cooked.

Stuff the tomatoes with about a large teaspoon of rice each, and put them into a baking tray with sides of around one inch. Put the rest of the rice in the baking tray. Pour the veggie/meat mix over the top, ensuring that the tomatoes are filled up. Cover with grated cheese.



I actually liked the veggie/meat/rice/cheese mix better OUTSIDE of the tomatoes. It seemed cheesier and *better* somehow. Next-time I might chop the tomatoes finely instead.
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