Broiled Tomatoes Recipe

I’ve been on a tomato kick lately. It seems like I just can’t get enough of them. Maybe I just need the extra vitamin C! I’ve loved broiled tomatoes ever since I had them for the first time at Ruth’s Chris steakhouse several years ago. Yummo! I recently came up with my own version. This delicious broiled tomatoes recipe fits into the Whole30 plan, so it’s on my menu as much as possible! 

broiled tomatoes



Do you like tomatoes? What’s your favorite way to eat them?

xoxo

Myra

Sharing at The Frugal Girls and I’m Lovin’ It!

  • Share This Post:
  • Share This Post on Facebook
  • Email this Post
  • Share this Post on Twitter
This post may contain affiliate links. Read my disclosure policy here.

Comments

  1. I love tomatotes too and can’t wait to get them fresh from the garden. Your photos are lovely and I could eat those tomatoes for breakfast, ha ha!
    Kerry´s last blog post ..Balsamic Vinegar Chicken with Fresh Tomatoes

  2. I’m with you on the tomatoes, Myra! I could eat tomatoes every day. I love broiled tomatoes, but I’ve never added garlic and rosemary to them. I’ll have to try this! (One of my favorite things about an English breakfast is that they serve broiled tomatoes (to-mah-toes!) alongside eggs and a rasher of bacon. Yum!)
    Richella @ Imparting Grace´s last blog post ..Another decorating decision to make– please help again!

  3. love broiled tomatoes, which i usually make into a tomato sauce. so good!
    Lisa | With Style and Grace´s last blog post ..Kale, Sausage & Quinoa Scramble

    • Hello Myra.
      I read you from Spain and here we have something called “gazpacho” which is basically a cold soup with tomato, cucumber and green pepper seasoned with salt, vinegar, olive oil and a tiny bit of garlic. It may sound weird but it’s deliciuos and really healthy!

  4. I love broiled tomatoes. It’s a great way to enjoy fresh tomatoes in the off-season when they might not be quite as flavorful as in summer.
    Lana @ Never Enough Thyme´s last blog post ..Fresh Strawberry Pie with Chocolate Cookie Crust

  5. I’ve been loving broiled tomatoes too! We’ve been having them for breakfast and I top it with a fried egg seasoned with cayenne. I just love anything spicy (it must be the pregnancy) ;).
    Tabitha´s last blog post ..Our Menu for the Week of April 1 – A New Adventure

  6. Nomnomnom!! This looks delish! Going to make some broiled tomatoes tomorrow!!!! :)
    My tummy will be thanking you tomorrow!!!!
    Cyndi´s last blog post ..Spring Wreath

  7. I’ve never broiled any vegetables – crazy I know – but this looks so delicious I’m going to have to dig out the broiling pan and try it. Yumm! Our favorite tomato dish is home made tomato soup. :D Thank you for sharing.

  8. My mom had an easy cookbook, I loved making things from as a kid and broiled tomatoes was in there. We had a very large garden growing up with lots of “Jersey” tomatoes so I made them all the time, thanks for the reminder and the recipe as the book is long gone I’m sure :)
    Diane {Created by Diane}´s last blog post ..Cheddar Biscuits with Refried Bean Gravy

  9. have you had any luck with sun dried tomatoes in the oven? i’m searching for more ways to use up all these garden tomatoes! oh, and a wonderful site i’ve found for recipes that support whole30 is nomnompaleo.com. I don’t think there has been a recipe yet that we haven’t enjoyed!

  10. I’ve never had them broiled but I will give it a try. I like them best on a sandwich or in a simple olive oil, lemon juice, basil salad.
    Kristin´s last blog post ..The Streaking Update Or I’m No Quitter

  11. I love broiled tomatoes too. I can’t wait for gardening season to start again.
    Your photos are gorgeous.
    Thanks for sharing,
    Kelly

  12. I’ve never heard of broiling tomatoes, but I’m so excited to try your recipe tonight! I love everything about this recipe- tomatoes, rosemary, EVOO. :) Thanks!

Trackbacks

  1. [...] Photo/Source: myblessedlife.net [...]

Join the Conversation!

*

CommentLuv badge

© 2009–2014 MyBlessedLife.net. All rights reserved.

No content on this site, including text and photos, may be reused in any fashion without written permission.

Site design by New Season Design.

Fabulous Friends Visiting