Top Rated Tomato Recipes

Tomato Soup
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Recipe by: Executive Chef Robert Ash, Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate Florida is home to the tomato, which was first introduced in the 1600s – but it wasn’t until the early 1800s when the first tomato soup recipe was published. Tomato soup is satisfying to the soul, no matter the occasion! In this version, we add some roasted red peppers to add a touch of sweetness and vibrancy to the dish. This soup is best complemented with a classic grilled cheese because the fat from the cheese and butter cuts the acidity of the tomatoes – making the dish perfectly balanced on your palate. This classic soup can be served year-round and will always be a crowd pleaser!
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  From the True Food: Seasonal, Sustain, Simple, Pure cookbook, this recipe's directions insist that it’s not worth it unless you’re working with the freshest possible in-season tomatoes, making it the perfect summertime pick. 
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Grilled Tomatoes
Think of this as a cool-weather option for grilled tomatoes. Although these grilled tomatoes are cooked under a broiler, one could argue that a broiler is essentially an upside-down grill. Besides, once you sink your teeth into the bubbling hot spinach stuffing, it won't really matter exactly how these tomatoes were cooked. These tomatoes are extremely popular at Joe's Stone Crab, with locations in Miami, Chicago, and Las Vegas. See all spinach recipes. 
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Tuna-Stuffed Tomatoes
This dish travels well, can be eaten cold or at room temperature, is a delicious finger food, children can even help their parents to make them the night before (perhaps by filling up the tomatoes), and they have good nutritional value, too. See all tomato recipes. Click here to see 13 Easy Recipes for Back-to-School Meal Planning.
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Heirloom Tomatoes with Cilantro and Mint
A splash of white wine not only brightens this salad but gives it a whiff of sophistication. You can use whatever soft herbs you have on hand, but the mint and cilantro combination is among my favorites and a nice departure from the classic tomato-basil pairing. Click here to see 15 Tastiest Heirloom Tomato Recipes.
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Fresh Tomato Stew and Burrata
OK, full disclosure: I did not come up with this recipe all on my own. It's the creation of the talented chef Didier Mantarou, and I had the privilege of trying it first-hand at his restaurant Miel Brassiere in Boston. I thought of this recipe when I went to develop one with olive oil because it's the exact kind of recipe where the role of olive oil, and the quality of it, is important to the dish. You'll see that this is so much more than a tomato and mozzarella dish (the burrata could've told you that), and it's incredibly easy to prepare. Click here to see Why You Should Cook with Olive Oil.
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This recipe is great for kids because it’s simple ingredients and very little process.
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Roma Tomatoes
Tomato concassé is a mixture of peeled, seeded tomatoes that have been sautéed with shallots and herbs. Tomato concassé is a traditional French preparation used in many sauce and stuffing recipes.
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3.5

These bite-sized tomatoes are like a mini serving of guacamole, and are given an extra kick with curry powder and chili powder. 
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3.5

Heirloom Tomato Salad
Heirloom tomatoes are grown from seeds that have been saved from year to year. Their flavor is worlds away from the sort typically found in the produce department. The colors and shapes can vary greatly from one variety to another. So can the flavor. Choose several different kinds to create the prettiest summer salad. Taste and adjust the vinegar, salt, and pepper amounts to best highlight your unique tomatoes. Click here to see 15 Tastiest Heirloom Tomato Recipes.
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Tomato Tart
If, for some unfathomable reason, you haven’t yet made the Savory Pie Crust, let this tomato tart be the motivation to get into the kitchen and do so. This is a wonderful do-ahead dish, and, as it takes advantage of vine-ripened summer tomatoes, also happens to make for an easy warm-weather meal with a simple salad of mixed greens.
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Tomato Juice
Tomatoes get their red hue from lycopene, which is a key carotenoid that can ward off vision-related diseases and complications such as night blindness. See 9 Drinks That Will Improve Your Eye Sight.
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2.5