Tasty BBQ Tomatoes
photo by Jubes
- Ready In:
- Cut tomatoes in half.
- drizzle with a little olive oil.
- sprinkle with basil.
- grind pepper over the top.
- I normally then pop in the fridge a while (say 30 mins) while working on other stuff as it helps the flavour develop.
- Cook uncut side down for around 5 minutes over low heat on BBQ plate.
- flip over and cook further 5 minutes with cut side down.
- return to original position for the last 5 minutes of cooking.
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*Reviewed for ZWT5 Australia visit* Great tomatoes Peter. Super easy for a great side to recipe#247808 using T-bones and snags. Nothing beats a good Aussie barbie. I made these in advance and left them in the fridge for about an hour. I feel the flavours did blend with the tomatoes. We used vine-ripened tomatoes and the end results were a super sweet and juicy.Photo also being posted
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