Those summer tomatoes just keep coming! Here are five of my favorite go-to recipes that I have made over the years, but especially this year with my lovely crops of heirloom tomatoes.
Roasted Tomato Basil Soup is a recipe from Ina Garten and is one of my family’s favorites, especially paired with grilled cheese sandwiches. I make a big batch and freeze half for another time.
Stuffed Artichokes remind me of my grandmother who made a similar recipe, and wow, what a treat!
Alexis’ Chopped Vegetable Salad is named for Martha Stewart’s daughter, Alexis. I make this salad during the summer when it gets really hot out. It’s cool and refreshing, as well as yummy and nutritious.
Salad Shirazi is a popular traditional Persian salad that originated the city of Shiraz in Southern Iran. The main ingredients are chopped cucumber, tomato, onion and a little lemon juice.
Spaghetti alla Checca is a quick and basic pasta made with lots of fresh chopped tomatoes, garlic and basil.
If you try one of these recipes,
let me know what you think!