Pan Roasted tomatoes

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Lynn Socko

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@lynnsocko

I always roast my tomatoes in a skillet or on a flat griddle. There are oven methods of roasting, but I don't have enough experience to post that method.

Rating:

★★★★★ 2 votes

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Cook:
5 Min

Ingredients

How to Make Pan Roasted tomatoes

Step-by-Step

  1. Slice tomatoes fairly think.
  2. Turn heat to med high temp.
  3. Lightly oil NON STICK surface of skillet or flat griddle. Lay tomato slices in a single layer and allow to cook for about 7 min, or longer for more caramelization. Once they start looking tender I use a fork and slide it under the slice to flip.
  4. Once I flip I remove from or turn off heat.
  5. NOTE: The longer you leave them on the first side cooking, the more caramelized they will get, but the softer they get too, that's why you want somewhat thick slices, they will hold up better.

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About Pan Roasted tomatoes

Dietary Needs: Vegetarian
Other Tags: Quick & Easy Healthy
Hashtags: #Tomato #pan roasted



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