Incorporate ripe, juicy tomatoes into your everyday meals with these fresh ideas.
Make a meal of Texas Toast by topping it with heirloom tomatoes, fresh basil, and blue cheese vinaigrette.
Reinvent the fruit cocktail with hot pepper jelly, watermelon, peaches, herbs, and tomatoes.
Fresh heirloom tomatoes brighten pasta salad tossed with cheese-filled tortellini, green onions, herbs, and a vinaigrette.
Fire up the grill for these colorful kabobs featuring red and yellow tomatoes. After grilling, drizzle Basil Vinaigrette over the tomato halves just before serving for added flavor. This side dish pairs well alongside grilled chicken or fish.
Savory Ham-and-Tomato Pie consistently receives our highest 5-star rating from reviewers for being easy to make and tasty at any time of the day. Brushing the bottom of the pie shell with Dijon mustard before baking gives the crust an extra kick of flavor.
Enjoy your best summer tomatoes in all their glory by simply drizzling sweet Peach-Basil Vinaigrette dressing over fresh slices.
This simple linguine pasta dish incorporates canned petite diced tomatoes, chopped yellow tomatoes and gremolata, an Italian herb condiment featuring parsley, garlic and lemon zest.
Be the hostess with the mostess by preparing one of these beautiful and delicious crostini recipes.
Our first crostini recipe is an easy and elegant appetizer for any occasion. Prepare tomato topping up to two days ahead; cover and store in the refrigerator. Toast bread slices one day ahead; store at room temperature in an airtight container.
Hard-boiled eggs and fresh tomato slices are set atop pieces of toast making quick and easy finger sandwiches for your next
summer gathering. Don't forget the delicious ranch, cream cheese spread; it gives the sandwich that something extra.
Ready in less than ten minutes, broiled tomato halves are stuffed with feta cheese and drizzled with Italian dressing to make a delightful side dish for your next supper.
While a bit unexpected, this duo creates a flavorful combination that’s both delicious and full of healthful benefits. Consisting of only five ingredients, this refreshing treat is also simple to make.
Store-bought refrigerated piecrusts make this recipe easy to make from the start. Serve bite-sized pieces as appetizers, or larger slices paired with a green salad as a meal.
Create a restaurant-worthy supper right in your own home in less than 40 minutes. Broiled mahi-mahi fillets are set atop a cooked sauce-like mixture of fresh tomatoes, garlic and chopped fresh parsley. Sprinkle with crumbled feta cheese to finish.
This classic Southern staple was named one of the Top-Rated Recipes of 2009. Serve alongside Bread-and-Butter Pickle Rémoulade specially formulated by Atlanta chef Linton Hopkins.
Tangy feta cheese pairs perfectly with the sweetness of chopped tomatoes in this flavorful side salad.
Put fresh, seasonal produce to good use with this tasty Summer Garden Pie featuring sweet onions, tomatoes, and sharp Cheddar cheese. To prevent the pie from getting soggy, our Test Kitchen recommends sprinkling ½ teaspoon of salt on the tomato slices and letting them stand on paper towels for 30 minutes.
These mini-sandwiches make fantastic finger foods for a luncheon, or simply assemble one anytime for a quick snack. Using
basil rather than lettuce gives this traditional sandwich a fresh twist.
Enjoy the stars of Southern summer produce in this side dish featuring marinated sweet Vidalia onions, fresh thinly sliced tomatoes, and chopped fresh basil.
Give your grits a Southwestern kick by adding green chiles, chopped fresh tomatoes, and just the right amount of bacon. While great for breakfast, the Test Kitchen also suggests serving Hot Tomato Grits for supper as a side dish to green beans and roast beef.
Fans of the original will love the lightened version of this famous Kentucky sandwich featuring our delicious Parmesan Cheese Sauce and topped with freshly sliced plum tomatoes. Be sure to try our Club-Style or Southwestern options listed in the recipe
This light pasta recipe boasts crisp flavors such as fresh mint, cilantro and chopped tomatoes mixed with whole grain spaghetti. Serve alone as a side dish or add cooked chicken or shrimp for a one-dish dinner.
Pico de Gallo is a classic Mexican condiment made of fresh ingredients such tomatoes, onions and chile peppers such as jalapeño or serranos. This version also includes chopped avocado for added flavor and nutrition. Add this versatile topping to Tortilla Crusted Pork, tacos, omelets and more.
Complete your ultimate grilling menu with this easy veggie side perfect for summertime. Add the right amount of flavor by mixing chicken bouillon seasonings and lime juice with the veggies.
The mango, melon, and peaches, along with the cucumbers, give the gazpacho a sweet spin. Don’t seed the jalapeño if you like
a soup with more zip. If time permits, prepare the day before to allow the flavors to develop fully.