Grilled Italian Tomatoes

"From the issue of February 2007, Coup de Pouce. This is healthy."
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Ready In:
1hr 5mins




  • Put tomatoes side by side in a baking dish. Sprinkle with olive oil and with salt and pepper.
  • Cook in a preheated oven of 450 F for about 50 minutes or until tomatoes are tender and skin is lightly folded.

Questions & Replies

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  1. ronsbhs58
    OK, I gotta' ask; Where is the "Grilled" part, as in the title. "Grilled Italian Tomatoes"? Grilling and baking are not the same process!


  1. Tisme
    Simple, easy and great tasting recipe, which could be served anytime. Perfect served just on their own on toast, they could be served as a side dish, or would be really great with bacon and eggs also! An all rounder recipe really.<br/>Fantastic flavour and can't wait to try with my own homegown tomatoes.<br/>Thanks Boomette.
  2. queenbeatrice
    So easy, yet so tasty. We loved them. Will make these again, thanks for sharing.
  3. KellyMac6
    Loved these! Such a simple recipe but had really great flavor. Thank you Boomette! Made for Holiday Tag.
  4. bluemoon downunder
    I made these with truss tomatoes and left them on the vine, which made for very attractive presentation. I made them exactly to the recipe. SO amazingly easy to make: no chopping or peeling! And wonderfully delicious. Do use the most flavoursome tomatoes you can get hold of when making these. We enjoyed them with Recipe #364990. They'd be a great accompaniment to any meat dish and as part of a vegetarian meal. Thanks for sharing this yummy recipe, Boomette! Made for Gimme 5.
  5. Mandy
    A lovely simple side, I love tomatoes when they are soft but still hold their shape, made for a nice accompaniment to our steak dinner. Thanks!


  1. Caddy Lady
    Grilled, not roasted. I halve the tomatoes and put them skin side down in a frying pan with oil or butter for a minute or two. Flip them over to the cut side for a minute. Salt and pepper. Try this for breakfast. I do a mini English Breakfast in tomato season. Grilled tomatoes, sausage, fried egg all in one skillet, with toast. Good way to get another serving of veggies into your diet.


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