Top Rated Cherry Tomato Recipes

Cherry Tomato Jam Pizza
Since tomato is "technically" a fruit and summer cherry tomatoes are as sweet as candy, transforming them into jam seems like a natural fate. At the supermarket, I judge jam labels on a simple criteria: The fruit should be the first ingredient. And the rest of the list shouldn't include much more than sugar and lemon juice. This cherry tomato jam recipe follows the same rules. Lots (and lots) of cherry tomatoes are slowly cooked with brown sugar, for a greater depth of flavor — plus pinch of red pepper flakes, a bit of salt, and, at the end, a few squeezes of tart lemon juice. Then, to put the jam to good use, this recipe gives a nod to the increasingly popular fig jam and prosciutto pizza. The cherry tomato jam is a sticky-sweet take on tomato sauce and the crispy bacon offers a salty counterpoint. Click here to see It's Time for a Cherry Tomato Fiesta — 11 Great Recipes.
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Tomato Tart
Celebrate summer’s finest produce in this delicate, light ricotta and tomato tart.This recipe is courtesy of Little Things by Julia.
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Grilled Cherry Tomatoes
“I think cherry tomatoes are the best tomatoes.  They have fantastic flavor, and they hold their own when you cook them.  They might sputter and spit when they hit the hot grill, and might burst a seam or two, but basically they hold together, and get even more flavorful as they heat up.” – Sue of The View From Great Island food blog.Find her original recipe here!
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Cherry Tomato Sauce
This has to be one of the easiest tomato sauces to make. It’s the ultimate beginner’s tomato sauce because there’s no chopping. All you basically have to do is throw the tomatoes into a pan, cover them, and wait until they all burst. One thing to note is the seed factor. You’ll find many Italian chefs who say they would never remove seeds from a tomato sauce. If you agree, this is a sauce for you. Seeding isn’t an option here, but you don’t really need to — the seeds, while numerous, are hardly bitter. Click here to see It's Time for a Cherry Tomato Fiesta — 11 Great Recipes.
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Roasted Cherry Tomato Rotini
Red and yellow cherry tomatoes are roasted spicy-sweet with garlic, balsamic vinegar, and red pepper flakes. Fresh oregano, parsley, and basil brighten the roasted cherry tomatoes and hearty whole-wheat rotini, while toasted pine nuts give this dish a rich finish. This recipe comes to us from Valerie of More Than Burnt Toast. See all pasta recipes.
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Cherry Tomato Tart
Cherry tomatoes are one of the highlights of summer — tiny little bursts of fresh, bright flavor. This tart (that takes a bit of help from the store in the form of frozen puff pastry) is really easy to prepare and is perfect to serve as an appetizer or as a light meal alongside a fresh salad. Click here to see It's Time for a Cherry Tomato Fiesta — 11 Great Recipes.
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Cherry Tomato, Mozzarella, and Basil Salad
One of my refrigerator staples is this tomato, mozzarella, and basil salad, with herb salt, olive oil, pepper, and red onion. The mix is cool and refreshing and is a perfect meal, side, sandwich filling, salad-topper, or addition to just about any meal. The key is not to overpower the tomatoes with the mozzarella, letting the sweet and tangy cherry tomato taste shine through, with the salt and onion giving it a good kick. Click here to see It's Time for a Cherry Tomato Fiesta — 11 Great Recipes.
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When you have the best ingredients of the season on hand, in this case, ripe summer cherry tomatoes and zucchini blossoms, you really don't want to mess with them too much. And especially in the summer, nobody wants to have their stove or oven going if they can avoid it, and if it's really necessary to turn it on, only ever so briefly. That was the thinking behind this recipe, and minimizing the cooking time preserves the natural flavor of the tomatoes as much as possible. The sauce will be thin but flavorful; make sure to use a high-quality extra-virgin olive oil because its flavor will really come through, and to use good-quality pasta with a coarse texture that will really absorb the sauce — look for pastas made with a bronze die. Click here to see It's Time for a Cherry Tomato Fiesta — 11 Great Recipes.
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Salmon with Orecchiette, Zucchini, and Cherry Tomatoes
The combination of omega-3 fat in fish and complex grains in pasta helps protect your brain cells, upping your mood and overall brain function and reducing that sluggish feeling. Be sure to look for the MSC ecolabel when shopping for fish so you know your meal has been prepared with fish from a certified sustainable fishery!  This healthy recipe is delicious too; it is America Cooks with Chefs' winning recipe!Click here for more healthy recipes.
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This spaghetti is a carbohydrate-free one that you find in health stores. It may not be everyone’s cup of tea but it can be helpful when you want a "proper" plate of food for less than 100 calories. Don’t be put off by the weird smell when you first get it out of the packet — rinse the spaghetti thoroughly in warm water and the smell will disappear.
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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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Cherry Tomato Bruschetta.. in the making
I love the concept of standing in the kitchen and chatting with a friend while whipping up some culinary masterpiece. I don’t know about you though, but that's not how it has ever really gone for me. Usually, I can’t think about anything but what I’m making, so my sentences often have random ingredients thrown in. But this dish — this bright, sweet, colorful dish — is the perfect drink-wine-while-chatting-and-cooking-all-at-once snack. Case in point: a good friend was in town, so I invited her to my place for a glass of wine and some snacks. (In this story, snacks = cherry tomato bruschetta.) We successfully stood at the kitchen counter, drinking a light California red, while I cooked up this extremely easy and tasty bite. It is a great appetizer or side dish and is virtually fool proof. The salt and the rosemary cut the sweetness of the tomatoes and the warm, slightly crispy (and salty) bread is the perfect carrier for it all. Click here to see more Tasty Tomato Recipes. 
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