Love ’em or hate ’em, you’ve got to admit tomatoes are pretty cool. I mean, come on, it’s a vegetable that’s actually a fruit (and even more than that, tomatoes are actually considered to be berries). Raw, roasted, baked or stuffed, this superstar produce is rich in antioxidants and vitamin C. Add more tomatoes to your diet with these simple recipes.
Bonus points if yours is as pretty as this one. Recipe here.
Warning: for true tomato lovers only. This recipe uses dark meat because it’s cheaper and more flavorful.
Bru-ske-ta or bru-sheh-ta? The world may never know. Make it anyways.
Perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Recipe here.
Yolk porn, probably NSFW. Watch the video here.
The classic way to take advantage of tomato season.
Oh, you fancy, huh? Impress your friends with this one.
Stinky cheese, yummy salad.
Because regular tomatoes just aren’t good enough. Recipe here.
The worst part about avoiding gluten is avoiding pizza (gasp). This gluten-free pie doesn’t compromise taste or texture.
The title doesn’t lie. Recipe here.
Give your classic pizza a healthy upgrade with phyllo dough and mascarpone.
The perfect solution for those just overripe tomatoes. Recipe here.
Brunch is calling. Swap out whatever vegetables you’d like for infinite flavor combos.
Shrimp + risotto = shrisotto.
Who doesn’t like breakfast burritos?
You can literally make this homemade soup in your dorm room. #swag
Chickpeas aren’t just for hummus. Recipe here.
Vegan and gluten-free, hollaaa. Time to get tropical.
Super simle is an understatement: you can make this in your toaster.
Juicy, flavorful and easy to make. Recipe here.
23. Caprese Panini
Tomato, mozz and basil are the OG threesome. Turn your fave dish into a panini with this recipe.
24. Summer Gazpacho
Cold soup for a hot summer day. Throw the ingredients in a blender and you’ll have a bowl in under 10 minutes.
Try this Tunisian take on vegetable stew.
Dat pesto dressing doe.