For me, tomato is the most underrated vegetable. It's the kind of vegetable that you eat without even knowing that you just ate it, like in a sandwich :) But there's so many things you can make with tomatoes and they can be delicious even on their own.
I try to avoid buying tomatoes in the supermarkets as they don't have so much flavour, it's much better to get them from the market and basically the rule is - the uglier and crazier shaped the tomato is, the better it will taste!
It's the best way of getting rid of stale bread that I know! It's not the real panzanella that you'll eat in Tuscany but I think this recipe is even better! It takes minutes to prepare and is really delicious - trust me! You'll find the recipe here!
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Caramelized Tomato Tarte Tatin
What a great idea - savoury tarte tatin! The recipe also involves Kalamata olives which I love, plus if you use ready pastry, you'll make it in 20 minutes! Get the recipe here!
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Slow-Roasted Tomato Caprese Salad with Balsamic Glaze
I have a crush on slow-roasted cherry tomatoes so there's more coming! After roasting they get that deep and sweet flavour that I love. I'd say that this recipe is a fresh take on caprese salad and I think it looks amazing. Click for the recipe!
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Why not?! I think it's a great and healthy alternative to ketchup and I can almost feel the taste of it on a fresh, crispy baguette :) Find the recipe here!
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Tomato and Goat Cheese Tart
It looks and sounds like a perfect summery dish! Tomatoes and goat cheese make a pretty great combination and with my favourite rosemary this recipe is a must-try! Click for the recipe!
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I did warn you that there will be more slow-roasted tomatoes, so there we go :) What can be better than these slow roasted tomatoes with herbs, garlic and olive oil? They're delicious on their own but also can be a base to so many dishes. You can freeze them too! Click for the recipe!
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Fried Green Tomatoes
Great book, great movie and a great recipe - an instant classic! This fried green tomatoes recipe is the best one that I found because it's truly traditional and an authentic southern dish. The batter looks so crispy and they are served with an onion relish - yum! Get the recipe here!
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You say tomayto... I say tomahto! :)
These dishes look so yum!ReplyDelete
Yummm, my stomach is growling. I would love to try that tomato jam!ReplyDelete
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