Chicken Stuffed Baked Tomato Phase 2

Chicken Stuffed Baked Tomato-January Wasile

Chicken Stuffed Tomato

100 g cooked chicken (ground beef or steak can also be used)
1 lg tomato hollowed out (can slice in half as well)
1 melba toast crushed into crumbs (optional)
1 tsp minced garlic
1 tsp minced onion (powder may be substituted)
cayenne pepper and salt to taste

*To prepare your tomato you must first hollow out and allow it to drain. This is best described as the ‘pumpkin method’ carve around the top and gently cutting into the tomato’s sides with a spoon, scrape out the innards into a small dish and set aside. If this is too difficult or your tomato is very ripe, you can cut it in half and do a similar hollowing out. Sprinkle your tomato with salt and turning upside down on a paper towel, allow it to drain. If you wish you may cut a thin slice from the bottom of the tomato which will allow it to sit ‘up’ in the dish while baking!

*using a bullet, ninja, blender, or similar device, combine chicken, onion, garlic, and 2 tbs of the tomato juice and blend. Carefully pack about half of your chicken mixture into your tomato.

Phase 2 Recipe

Place your stuffed tomato into a baking dish, top with melba toast crumbs, and bake for 20 min at 350, adding about 1/8 c water to the dish to prevent burning.


You can now have fun with the left over chicken salad and tomato ‘juice’. I like to combine the juice with 2/3 c water, (1 tsp milk optional), onion and garlic powder, 5 drops of stevia, blend in bullet, warm and voila… tomato soup! The Chicken salad is a great topping for celery stalks, melba toast (if not used as a topping), served on a bed of lettuce, or to make apple chicken salad! This can be a fancy dish for a dinner party or something simple for yourself… be creative and enjoy!



  1. Channin on August 2, 2011 at 2:08 am

    Okay, maybe i missed it but where is the tomato juice coming from that gets blended with the chicken before it is stuffed itn the tomato?

    • Anonymous on August 15, 2011 at 12:53 am

      When you drain the tomatoes, save some of the juice to use.

  2. Janna on October 10, 2011 at 3:54 pm

    I’m confused why I am to only use half of the mixture when my full serving of protein is most of the recipe??

    • Vincent Emilianowicz on November 10, 2011 at 12:55 pm

      They want you to put the other half in the soup. But you don’t have to, you can make two tomatoes and put all of the salad in them.

  3. Jgwright on November 12, 2011 at 4:14 pm

    can you have the soup and the chicken stuffed tomato at same time.

  4. Bella Bells on May 9, 2012 at 4:53 am

    Can’t find any melba toast here. But I’ll try this recipe at home. Thanks for sharing!

  5. Bree on October 16, 2012 at 10:52 am

    Instead of 2/3 cups of water, can you sub for Chicken broth?

    • Shawna Culp on October 16, 2012 at 10:54 am

      I would say yes just check ingredients for sugars and make sure its clean or make your own 🙂

      • Bree on October 16, 2012 at 4:26 pm

        Thanks Shawna! I just finished making this and I am soooo full to the point I feel guilty like I ate too much! I had the soup and the Stuffed tomato. Very filling and I did 2/3 cups of Half water/Chicken broth just to be safe.

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