Tomatenconcasse (Tomato Concasse)

Tomatenconcasse (Tomato Concasse) created by LMillerRN

I've posted this in response to a request in the German forum. I found the recipe on www.rezeptdatenbank.de and translated it into English. Great to serve as a relish with steamed fish, goats cheese or to use for topping crostini or bruschetta. The yield is a guess.

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  • Saute the shallots in the olive oil.
  • Add the tomatoes, and lightly crushed garlic cloves as well as the stripped thyme leaves and chopped basil. Season with salt and pepper. Cover and simmer for 30 minutes.
  • The juice from the tomatoes should be completely gone by that time and you should be left with a flavourful reduction.
  • Allow to cool completely and either use immidiately or freeze for later use.
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"I've posted this in response to a request in the German forum. I found the recipe on www.rezeptdatenbank.de and translated it into English. Great to serve as a relish with steamed fish, goats cheese or to use for topping crostini or bruschetta. The yield is a guess."

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  1. n41dgrs
    Very good, used on top of seared Opah (Moonfish), would be delicious as a topping for other types of seared fish as well.
  2. evelynathens
    Very nice, garlicky, tomato sauce. I used it to top Maite G's Maite G's Croque Boum Recipe #170634. Loved the combo.
  3. LMillerRN
    Tomatenconcasse (Tomato Concasse) Created by LMillerRN
  4. LMillerRN
    This was simply wonderful. We used as a topping for bruschetta. What a great appetizer for a dinner party. Simple and elegant. Thanks Sylvie. Lisa
  5. -Sylvie-
    I've posted this in response to a request in the German forum. I found the recipe on www.rezeptdatenbank.de and translated it into English. Great to serve as a relish with steamed fish, goats cheese or to use for topping crostini or bruschetta. The yield is a guess.
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