It's like fruit! Japanese-style marinade of cherry tomatoes
|material ( For 2 people )|
|Mini Tomato||10 to 15 pieces|
|It's white||1 tablespoon|
|Olive oil||1/2 tbsp|
It is standard to have salads for cherry tomatoes that are sweet and delicious even if you eat them as they are. But why don't you enjoy a different taste once in a while? Introducing the "Japanese-style marinade of cherry tomatoes" that is also recommended for pre-preparation.
Japanese-style marinade of cherry tomatoes
materialAbout 10 to 15 cherry tomatoes are white and 1 tablespoon
1 tablespoon vinegar
1/2 tablespoon of olive oil
1/2 teaspoon sugar
How to makeBoil water in a pan and add cherry tomatoes. When a cut opens in the skin in about 30 seconds, pull it up, cool it with water, and peel it from the cut end.
Combine the mixed seasoning and cherry tomatoes and soak. It is recommended to soak in a freezer bag so that the liquid will spread throughout.
Complete by cooling in the refrigerator for about 2 hours.
What is its taste?
Sweet and sour and juicy like fruit! The acidity of vinegar and the richness of olive oil are well-balanced, bringing out the sweetness and umami of tomatoes more clearly.
The smooth texture of the peeled cherry tomatoes is also cool. It doesn't pop like a skin, but it has a gentle texture that spreads slowly when chewed, which goes well with the taste of white sardines.
Because it is a delicious cherry tomato as it is, it will be even more delicious with a little effort. A Japanese-style marinade that looks like a jewel, and is served on a glass bowl for a summer table!