What are the best way to cook ripe tomatoes?
We have several ripe tomatoes from my Aunty, I wonder what easy step recipe I can do.
Personally, I roast them more often than not. Score the bottom of the tomato in an "X" shape, put them in a large baking pan with some oil, garlic, black pepper, and salt, and let them do their thing for an hour or so at 350 degrees. The skin will wrinkle up when they're done.
You can also halve them and put them in the pan, cut side up, but I like to keep them whole.
That happened to me once so I scalded them so the peels would slip off easy and chopped them up and brought to a boil, cooled and froze in zip baggies. That way you can wait and use them whenever you want. I made spaghetti sauce (onion fried in little oil with salt til translucent then add green pepper and garlic if you like, any peppers herbs or seasoning you like; add tomatoes and simmer and then used the same sauce to make other pasta dishes or added chili powder browned hamburger red kidney and/or pinto beans for chili beans. These tomatoes with the onion and peppers go with any pasta but with hamburger you can make lasagna; cabbage rolls, just anything.
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