aw lawdy, kick off the shoes, and slide yourself right into this tomato salad, that is so good you probably would be tempted to pick the salad up with your hands and scoop it up to devour as might if you bent down to extract water from the stream. This is so tasty, and so yummy, seriously there is nothing to add ~ except a fork. People may be tempted to add a bit of that, but I suggest, don't. Just enjoy that spectacular tomato for what it is. That great tomato taste. If you disguise it with anything else then you missing the point to this simple, easy, ka-pow salad. Made for National Tomato Month, Diabetic Forum 2012
What a lovely simple recipe. Sometimes simple is best, this is a perfect example. Beautiful flavor from the tomato, sweet onion, olive oil and coarse salt. This recipe allows the tomato to shine. I can't wait to make this with heirloom tomatoes when they are in season. Thanks for sharing Bethie.
This recipe is..........................simplicity at it's best.
Made with the last of my home grown tomatoes, both plum and normal.
Cut down a fraction on the oil and we ........Love, Love, Loved this!
Thanks Elmotoo! Can't wait for tomato season to make this again.
While I thought this was a good recipe, I felt it needed more flavor. It might be the tomatoes I used are not in season here yet, so their flavor is mello. Next time I will try it in season and see if that makes a difference, or perhaps add some herbs from my garden. But will definitely try again.
Very good. This is delicious. I used sweet onion, plum tomatoes, organic extra virgin cold pressed olive oil, & sea salt. I will make this again probably. Made for RECIPE SWAP #64 - May 2012 -