Oven Baked Green Tomatoes

fried green tomatoes


  • 2 large green tomatoes
  • 1 cup non-GMO cornmeal OR use your favorite unrefined flour
  • Extra virgin coconut or grape seed oil
  • Pink Himalayan salt crystals and ground black and white pepper, to taste


  1. Preheat over to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
  2. Wash the tomatoes.
  3. Slice the tomatoes into thin slices.
  4. Season the tomatoes with Pink Himalayan salt crystals and pepper.
  5. Toss in the cornmeal or flour.
  6. Cover the bottom of a large baking pan with extra virgin coconut oil (works best in a cast iron or glass).
  7. Carefully place the tomatoes into a baking pan.
  8. Place in the oven for 20 minutes.
  9. Serve over a bed of seasoned wild rice and or with your favorite dipping sauce.

Author: Sherrice Sledge-Thomas

Sherrice Sledge-Thomas is the founder and Chief Visionary Officer at Herb Culture University. She's known as the Suburban Herbalista because her place of residence along with her life experiences have shaped her unique brand of herbalism. Sherrice's herbal studies are rooted in experiences with her "rootworking" grandmother and a host of wise women in her community. To compliment her grassroots herbalist education, she earned a Health Coaching certification from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Liberal Arts with a focus on Women's Studies from The Ohio State University and a Master of Business Administration from Franklin University with a focus on Organizational Leadership and Management. Over the years, she's obtained a variety of certifications in the learning, leadership development, and change management space to compliment her holistic health work. This is the reason many of her certification programs and workshops incorporate elements of strategic planning and execution. Sherrice is the mother of three handsome young men. She enjoys meditation, yoga, and free-spirited dancing.

4 thoughts

  1. I bet zucchini would be yummy, too! Of course, the fried ones are the way we’re used to eating them. And I have to admit, when fried right, they are rather yummy. 🙂 Baked is better for us, though.

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