You say tomato, we say... let's cook with it! From tomato soup and sandwiches to tomato salads and drinks, these fun and fresh tomato recipes combine classics with innovative ways to use the plump garden staple.
Mediterranean-style meals focus on vegetables and tomatoes with the main dish in a secondary role. The key is simple prep that makes the most of high quality, fresh ingredients.
Garden-fresh tomatoes star in this creamy tomato soup recipe. A drizzle of honey and fresh basil add layers of light sweetness to the timeless comfort food.
It can be done -- spend just 30 minutes creating a fresh tomato soup for dinner tonight or lunch tomorrow. We share our secrets!
Turkey burgers get a bad rap for being dry, but a healthy dose of Dijon-style mustard makes them both flavorful and moist. Grilled cherry tomatoes lend a juicy burst of sweetness. Serve burgers as open-face sandwiches with a big salad for a light but filling meal.
Skip the cereal and try a spicy morning meal instead. Season homemade tomato sauce with crushed red pepper to form a zesty base for protein-packed eggs. The best part? The eggs cook right on top.
Small roma tomatoes are the perfect size for crunchy bruschetta bites. Their tangy flavor complements salty feta and sun-dried tomatoes for an irresistible tomato appetizer.
Sweet cherry tomatoes sauteed in garlic create a bright, summery sauce that's perfect for tossing over shrimp and pasta. Crushed red pepper adds a hit of spice.
Ripe tomatoes and a garlicky soybean spread take grilled cheese to a new level. The leftover spread is a delicious dip for fresh veggies -- like additional tomatoes.
Grill-smoked tomatoes are layered with rich flavor that really stands up to grilled meat. Try this with vine-ripened tomatoes when they are inexpensive and plentiful. At season's end, try smoking your green tomatoes, too.
Use fresh tomatoes to make a super-simple spaghetti sauce.
Our goal when we created this light seafood piccata was a simple blend of pure flavors. Luscious tomatoes, earthy string beans, and savory tender shrimp shine under the subtle lemon and caper sauce.
Thinly sliced tomatoes, onion, and vinaigrette combine in a light and juicy topper for this classic meat-and-potatoes dinner. The simple relish brightens the flavor of pork, but it could work with almost any meat.
We gathered the best Italian flavors for this traditional tomato sauce recipe: sauteed garlic, fresh roma tomatoes, and a splash of red wine. It's the perfect topper for our spicy meatball recipe. Buon appetito!