What is not to love? Fresh tomatoes from the garden, good balsamic soooo summer and so good. The tomatoes on their own are great, I added a bit of basil and some mozzarella to make it a bigger meal. Thanks for posting Lavender Lynn! Made for Culinary Quest 2014
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As already stated, simple is best. These were simple and very refreshing. Thanks Lynn for sharing. Made for Culinary Quest 2014.
As with most produce and maybe especially tomatoes...simple is best. This is particularly delicious with tomatoes from our garden. Made for Cruisin' Culinary Queens/Culinary Quest 2014.
Simple and simply perfect! I added a bit of sea salt before serving (with tuna salad). Made for Culinary Quest - Italy- CCQs - 2014
Sometimes the simplest recipes are the best and this wonderful recipe proves that point. I served with French bread and Peppered Goat Cheese for a tasty light summer lunch. Thanks so much for the post.
Yummy. Halved the dressing since we weren't eating bread with it.
I made the full recipe for just me and my DH for lunch and we ate until we were stuffed! Wonderful tomato recipe that is so simple to put together. Used 15 year old balsamic vinegar and let set in the refrigerator for about 3 hours. One half hour before serving let the tomatoes come to room temperature and sliced the french bread. Some of the bread we topped with the tomatoes and some of the bread we sopped up the tasty juices. A new favorite recipe for us! Made and reviewed for ZWT 8 - 2012 The Fearless Red Dragons.
Simple and delicious - a perfect use for freshly ripened tomatoes. I let it sit on the counter for about a half hour before serving. Thanks for sharing! ZWT8
I made this for lunch today - fabulous! I reduced the shallots down to 2 but everything else was the same. What a wonderful easy dish to enjoy. ZWT8 - France (Fearless Red Dragons)