18 Fresh Tomato RecipesJen Genova
1-2-3 Tomato Sauce 1 of 18Making this tomato sauce is easy as... well, you get it. It only takes three steps!
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Gazpacho 2 of 18When it's too hot to cook, cool off with this famous tomato soup that's ready to eat in minutes.
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No-cook Tomato and Basil Pasta Sauce 3 of 18Don’t tell your Italian dinner guests, but this is a tomato sauce that won’t take hours in the kitchen to make. Classicly fresh flavors come together in this sauce that’s finished and ready to go faster than you can say, “That was easy.”
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No-Cook Tomato Appetizers 4 of 18Planning a party menu? There are many ways to slice and dice a tomato. Here are three tomato appetizers that only look like they took hours to make.
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Mozzarella 5 of 18If you’re in the mood for pizza but not up for another night eating out of greasy cardboard, take a break with this crispy, crunchy flatbread topped with sweet tomato sauce and gooey
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Eggplant and Tomato Sauce 6 of 18Combine two favorite dishes in one when you put the eggplant parmigiana directly into
this pasta sauce.
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Tomato Crostini 7 of 18A toasty piece of bread and hummus? Good. Putting some fresh tomato and basil on top? Priceless.
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Tomato Basil Sauce 8 of 18No summer would be complete without making this classic sauce. Put it over pasta, on pizza, use it as a dip, or freeze it for those cold winter days that make you miss the warm weather.
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Fresh Tomato Pie 9 of 18There’s no tomato sauce on this pizza, so there will be no mistaking that the fresh tomato taste on the cheese comes straight from the vine-ripened beauties in your garden (or the farmers market).
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Oven-Dried Tomatoes 10 of 18Forget sun-dried tomatoes — simply drying tomatoes in your oven will give even regular Roma tomatoes a strikingly sweet flavor.
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Grilled Salmon with Tomato Basil 11 of 18No sly tricks here -- this recipe is exactly what it claims to be: a perfectly-cooked piece of salmon topped with ripe summer tomatoes and basil. Sometimes less is more.
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Tomato Tart 12 of 18It’s like a pizza but better. Oven-baked tomatoes, bubbly cheese and puff pastry combine to make a savory twist on a regular pizza pie.
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Fire-Roasted Restaurant-style Salsa 13 of 18Take a bite out of the midweek blues and throw a family fiesta with this kicked-up homemade salsa — jalapeños optional.
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Homemade Ketchup 14 of 18We know, you’re probably thinking, why would I make a condiment? But homemade ketchup is healthier (store-bought ketchup is loaded with sugar and preservatives) and easier to make than you’d think. Plus, your kids will probably think it’s cool.
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Tomato and Cucumber Salad 15 of 18Tomatoes, cucumbers and onions are a summer salad trifecta — all three seasonal flavors burst onto the palate in one bite.
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Tomato Mozzarella 16 of 18The classic Caprese salad gets the sandwich treatment for those afternoons when you’re craving a fancier-tasting but fast lunch.
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Peach and Tomato Panzanella 17 of 18Perfect for a night when it’s too hot to cook, this traditional bread-and-tomato salad gets a welcome visitor in the form of a sweet, summery peach.
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Tomato, Potato and Green Bean Salad 18 of 18Creamy but healthy, comforting but light, this is the perfect side dish for any summer meal. It’s also an easy way to get your kid to eat veggies.
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