We introduce a collection of recipes using tomatoes. The five recipes are "Marinated Avocado and Tomato," "Marinated Tomato with Ginger," "Tomato Cup Salad," "Melted Tomato Steak," and "Shiso Caprese."
Marinated Avocado and Tomato
The red of the tomatoes and the green of the avocado make this "Marinated Avocado and Tomato" a brightly colored dish. The acidity of the vinegar enhances the sweetness of the tomatoes and the richness of the avocado. The coarsely ground black pepper adds a spicy accent. It is easy to prepare by simply cutting and mixing the ingredients, so it is recommended for those who are short on time.
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Marinated tomatoes with ginger
This refreshing "Marinated Tomatoes with Ginger" recipe combines the sweet and sour taste of tomatoes with the pungent and intense flavor of ginger. The vinegar keeps it refreshing, while the richness of the olive oil and the flavor of the chicken broth make it a satisfying dish. It is a delicious change of pace to try when you are tired of the usual tomatoes.
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Tomato Cup Salad
This recipe for Tomato Cup Salad looks like a whole tomato when the lid is closed. Inside is a refreshing salad filled with diced vegetables and crispy corn. It looks gorgeous and is recommended for entertaining. It takes surprisingly little time and effort to make.
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Melt-in-your-mouth Tomato Steak
The surface is crispy and savory, while the inside is melt-in-your-mouth "Melt-in-your-mouth Tomato Steak" recipe. The sweet and sour taste of the tomatoes floods your mouth. If you grill tomatoes as they are, it is difficult to get oil splattered on them, but dusting them with flour like this will solve the problem. I also recommend adding your favorite spices for seasoning!
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This recipe for "Oba Caprese" uses shiso leaves instead of basil. You can enjoy the freshness of the shiso leaves, which is different from basil. It matches the milky texture of mozzarella cheese and the sweet and sour taste of tomatoes without any discomfort. The olive oil and shiso leaves are also a perfect match. This dish is easy to make, just cut the ingredients and layer them on top.
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