Plump, dewy-fresh local tomatoes are something to celebrate. Here are 8 tomato recipes for your ripe and ready tomatoes
Sweet, pungent basil has a reputation for being an herb of romance. Pair it with a touch of hot pepper to help ignite the fire, and you're in for a fun evening. Roasting the tomatoes concentrates their sweetness and flavour, even if they're out of season. If you prefer a mild pasta, use only a pinch of the hot pepper flakes.
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Ripe late-summer tomatoes become vessels for this hearty and fresh bulgur-herb mixture. Be sure to select unprocessed smoked Gouda to ensure the cheese melts properly and browns on top. Serve on lightly dressed salad greens.
Rest the pizza dough at room temperature for 20 minutes prior to rolling. This helps the gluten relax so that it doesn't shrink when rolling.
Charring the cherry tomatoes adds flavour, and they still hold their shape. If you want to make this recipe ahead of time, you can marinate the chicken overnight. Serve sprinkled with cilantro if desired, along with grilled naan or Greek-style pita bread.
When tomatoes are at their seasonal best, this simple salad showcases all their glory. For interest, use different colours of tomatoes, such as red, green (such as zebras), yellow and orange.
A quick toss in the skillet brings together tomatoes and mushrooms in a flavourful new way.
In roasting pan, toss together tomatoes, onion, garlic, oil, salt and pepper; pour stock over top. Roast in 400°F (200°C) oven, stirring occasionall...
With all the vegetables on sticks, eating them becomes really kid-friendly. To prevent skewers from burning, soak them in cold water for 30 minutes before using.
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