Heirloom Tomatoes With Pomegranate Molasses Drizzle

Total Time
10 mins
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From our latest issue of Sunset Magazine, June 2011. Fresh, quality ingredients are of utmost importance. Don't like oregano? Substitute another fresh herb: cilantro, marjoram, French tarragon, etc. Perfect for summer potlucks, a casual meal, brunch... The recipe introduction in the magazine mentions "The salad is good with grilled halloumi cheese tucked between the tomato slices." Yes, sounds good to me!

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  1. Whisk together the dressing.
  2. Arrange the heirloom tomatoes on a serving platter.
  3. Drizzle the tomatoes with the olive oil-pomegranate molasses dressing.
  4. Sprinkle lightly with salt and black pepper.
  5. Garnish the tomatoes slices with the fresh Greek oregano leaves.
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5 5

I loved this simple tomato dress-up! I used fresh basil from my garden in place of the oregano but followed the recipe as written other than switching herbs. I used Homemade Pomegranate Molasses for the pomegranate molasses. Made for July NA/ME Tag.

5 5

A very yummy tomato salad. I made my own pomegranate molasses and used garden oregano. The pomegranate molasses is subtle, which I think is right (when we tried a little more drizzled over, it was too sweet for us).

5 5

Very good and a summer treat! I used heirloom tomatoes with oregano from the garden. Goes great with any barbeque - but we had it with grilled chicken and corn on the cob -- good summer eating! Thanks for sharing!