I don't write many recipes, mostly because I'm a bit lazy. I like simple things. Things with very few ingredients and very little prep. If you're like me, maybe you'll like these, too.
I grabbed a bunch of ripe tomatoes from the garden today planning on making a salad to go with my pork tenderloin, but I decided to try something different.
This was about 2 cups of tomatoes, they are plum tomatoes but some are smaller. I left the smaller ones whole and cut the larger ones in half. I used a couple table spoons of olive oil and added sugar and salt. Fresh garlic would be nice but i decided to use dried dill. Mix it all together until everything is coated and then spread them on a non stick baking sheet.
Bake them at 350 for 15 minutes for cherry tomatoes, 30 minutes or a bit more for larger ones. When they’re done, let them sit for a couple minutes. I find tomatoes hold a lot of heat inside and can burn your mouth pretty quickly. Eat them like that or sprinkle a bit of parmesan cheese on them. Yum!