Tomatoes are so good fresh from the garden and sliced for a salad, sometimes we forget about their versatility. But from soups and salsas to sauces and so much more, tomatoes can be a key ingredient in your dinner tonight.
These bite-size appetizers bring festive red and green color to your holiday table.
Homemade ketchup is so easy and flavorful, especially when you add a splash of bourbon to the tomatoes. It's a perfect topper for a steak dinner.
Add this vegetable marinade recipe to chicken, ground meat, and pasta for a quick flavorful main dish.
Serve this easy breakfast side dish with scrambled eggs or quiche for brunch.
Green serranos or jalepenos may be substituted in this easy vegetable relish.
These side-dish tarts combine a spicy crust with vinaigrette-splashed tomatoes. You won't mind that it takes a bit more time to show off the tomatoes so well.
Use a cedar plank to grill salmon so the delicate seafood doesn't fall through grill grates.
Put surplus tomatoes to use in this warmly-spiced tomato jam.
Vegetables and a homemade creamy sauce top toast in this meatless main dish.
Miniature tomatoes grilled or cooked stovetop with brown sugar and spices make a delicious relish in less than 30 minutes.
This savory main dish has Middle Eastern flavors. Raisins enhance the spices and sausage, adding delicate, sweet taste.
A meal-in-itself, this recipe calls for eggs, vegetables, and tortillas. It's versatile enough for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
Make use of unripe green tomatoes from your garden at the end of the season. Eat this delightful relish fresh, or put it away and try it at your next barbecue.
This tomato-rich vinaigrette recipe can be refrigerated up to three days. It's the perfect dressing for a Spinach-Ravioli Salad.
To cut the calories in these appetizers, substitute Belgian endive leaves for the baked phyllo shells.
Try ragout, a thick, seasoned stew, served over pasta for a satisfying dinner.
Here's a basic pizza for picky eaters. It's topped with cheese, tomato, and just a little seasoning.