Fried Green Tomatoes

Fried green tomatoes are a popular appetizer that are as simple to prepare as they are to eat. They are crunchy, tangy, and always satisfying as a snack.  

Even so, despite being a Southern classic, when fried green tomatoes are mentioned, a lot of inquiries are usually raised regarding the recipe's origins.  

Everything you need to know about making, serving, and storing crispy starters is provided here.  

Fried green tomatoes are precisely what they sound like: green tomato slices that have been coated with cornmeal and deep-fried until they turn golden brown.  

Many people immediately recall the 1991 film of the same name, which starred Jessica Tandy and Kathy Bates.  

Fried Green Tomatoes is a movie that is named after Fannie Flagg's novel Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Café.  

The main reason people associate fried green tomatoes with the South is because of the movie, which is set in Alabama.  

However, food historian and Southern Living Contributing Barbecue Editor Robert F. Moss claims that the recipe actually originated in the Midwest and northwest and was probably brought there by Jewish immigrants. 

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