Hopefully your garden has been showering you with tomatoes this season. Although our tomatoes didn't fare so well this year, we've been flooded with tomatoes coming from friends and neighbors who had more than they could handle! I personally love to eat them sliced, sprinkled with sea salt and grated parmesan cheese, and topped with a bit of crushed red pepper. Simple and delicious.
But of course if you have a windfall of tomatoes you may need a few more recipes up your sleeve to make use of all of them! So here's seven recipes you can try:
Tomato Basil Garlic Butter Sauce from Recipes to Nourish
Raw and Naturally Fermented: Salsa Verde from Nourished Kitchen
Tomato, Sweet Pepper & Mint Relish from Hartke is Online
Roast Eggplant and Tomato Soup from The Healthy Home Economist
Poached Egg with Grape Tomato and Basil Salad from The Nourishing Gourmet
Dehydrated Tomatoes from Real Food Forager
Heirloom Tomato and Peach Salad from A Couple Cooks
How do you use your tomatoes? Do you have a good recipe to share? Feel free to share below in the comment section!
There's Still Time for Gardening This Year!
It's not too late to get your garden into gear this summer. For a great source of organic and heirloom seeds, check out the gardening section of my Resources page.
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