"Simple, fresh ingredients that are amazing together. Roast tomatoes in the oven or on your grill; you want them cooked but still firm, definitely not mushy.
" — WendyWendy
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roma (plum) tomatoes, cut in half and seeds removed
extra-virgin olive oil
chopped fresh parsley
chopped fresh basil
chopped fresh oregano
salt and black pepper to taste
crumbled feta cheese
It's not often I'm this impressed with a recipe, especially one I had only average expectations for. This proves not to underestimate the potential of simple and humble dishes. In this case, since hubs detests feta, I took the submitter's suggestion to use smoked gouda and I'm telling you, these little tomato gems were outstandingly delicious. I mixed these together exactly as directed, using fresh tomatoes and herbs from my garden (that could be part of the reason these were so good) and let them set a bit before roasting while I prepared the rest of dinner. Everything was perfect, from the amounts of ingredients to the cooking time. These were a bigger hit than the main course! With more tomatoes on the vine, and gouda in the fridge these will be making an encore appearance real soon!
These were very good. Next time I will slice them rather than halving them though, it made them very difficult to eat.
Made this exactly as is and it was wonderful! They looked very impressive and tasted great. Will try to experiment with different cheese.
Super yummy way to make some leftover tomatoes! My husband generally doesn't even care for tomatoes, but he ate a few of these!
Delicious, healthy, and very simple to make. Five stars!
Loved these. I used campari tomatoes, as that's what I had on hand. Also used smoked gouda cheese instead of the feta. Next time I will cut back a little bit on the garlic (at hubby's suggestion). The kids even liked them. Thanks for the recipe!
I halved the recipe, but pretty much made it as written otherwise. Delicious! I'll definitely make these again.
So good! I used smoked gouda and dried spices instead of fresh since it's what I had on hand. For 4 romas, I just put a light sprinkling of everything called for, including garlic powder instead of chopped garlic. All just small tweaks, and I cooked the tomatoes for about 11 mins instead of 15 since my oven runs a little hot. Very yummy recipe, I highly recommend it! **Update: I've made this with other non-roma tomatoes (cut into smaller than half slices) and any smokey cheese and it's still wonderful. This is a great recipe.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Roasted Roma Tomatoes
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 164
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