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I used fresh basil added a little olive oil and omitted the sugar. We loved this alongside our egg breakfast this morning for something a little different from the sliced tomatoes we generally have. Works well as sort of a garnish and plate filler too adding color and interest not to mention a nutrition bonus.
In my opinion this is nothing special. It is a good way to use cherry tomatoes if you have an abundance (As I did from the garden). The taste was Ok but like I said nothing special. I think you could roast these in the oven and the flavor may deepen a bit. On the upside this is super super simple to make. I did use fresh basil as I had it on hand. It's not that I wouldn't make this again. It's just that it was kind of boring.
Oh how I love thee little sweet gems!!! I am a tomato lover it's my favorite vegetable (well fruit) and these are excellent. I made these as a side with dinner and the possibilities are endless. I will make these as a snack to stuff in a pita with hummus and so on. The simplicity of the recipe is amazing for how delicious they are. I followed the recipe exact and I can't stop eating them. These will be made many many times before summers end with fresh local tomatoes. Thanks Sunny for sharing (:
This recipe was fantastic!! I actually cut the tomatoes in half and added about 2 tablespoons of lemon juice and garlic. With the tomatoes cut in half and the lemon juice added it made a juice. They taste AMAZING...I think I will actually serve this over angel hair pasta for dinner. Thank you for the recipe!