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Calhoun Bend Coating Mix, Fried Green Tomato - 8 oz (Pack of 6)

Calhoun Bend Coating Mix, Fried Green Tomato - 8 oz (Pack of 6)

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New look - same awesome taste! Premium. Like Mom's cooking! All natural. Stone ground. For all vegetables & meats. Established in 1988. Our seasoned mix, made with stone ground whole grain cornmeal and our unique Louisiana spices, makes the perfect coating for hand-breading sliced tomatoes and other foods that are fried to a golden, crispy perfection. Just add green tomatoes. Enjoy! Visit our website at www.calhounbendilmill.com. For recipes and information visit our website at www.calhounbendmill.com. Special Offer: Mail us 6 bottom carton flaps, including the UPC bar code symbol, of any Calhoun Bend Mill products with 9.95 and receive our cookbook Taste Southern Goodness. This offer good only in the USA. Product made in USA.
Brand Calhoun Bend
Free of N/A
Weight 3.90 lbs
Count 8 oz (227 g) x 6
Serving 4 tsps
Servings about 19 per pack
SanaCause Points 20
You Will Need: Green tomatoes: 4 (only green tomatoes have the proper texture for frying); water; cooking oil. 1. Slice green tomatoes into 1/4 inch slices. Place slices into water. 2. Coat both sides of tomato slices with dry mix. 3. Pan fry in shallow oil (375 degrees F/190 degrees C) until crispy and golden brown on both sides (2-3 minutes). Remove and drain on absorbent paper. Serve hot. Serve by dipping in: ketchup, hot sauce, mustard, marinara sauce, ranch dressing or any dressing of your choice, or make your own sauce by combining mayonnaise with your favorite spices. This mix not intended for baking. Use any of the following in place of green tomatoes: Dill pickles, zucchini, eggplant, onion, squash or mushrooms, broccoli flowerets, jalapenos, okra or cauliflowerets, round steak, wild game or chicken. Serve with: Chili, stew, pinto beans, black-eyed peas, etc. See tasty variations.


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