Garlic Roasted Tomatoes Recipe
It’s crazy to think about how one of our favorite vegetable side dishes is truly the easiest. Roasted tomatoes with garlic is way too simple and yummy to pass up for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner.
Garlic Roasted Tomatoes
Roasted to a nice char, these tomatoes take on a very smoky and rich flavor. They’re perfect with our breakfast or brunch eggs, fabulous as a side to a lunch salad and the perfect side dish to a steak or grilled meat/seafood dish. We’re obsessed with these and so are our friends. These also make a fabulous roast garlic tomato sauce. Just chop them up to your favorite textures and jar them for use in sauces and tomato soup later. Roasted garlic tomato soup is another fabulous way we like to use these tomatoes.
Video of our Easy Roasted Tomato Recipe
How to Serve Roasted Tomatoes
The possibilities are endless and delicious. Roasting the tomatoes also makes awesome use of tomatoes that are just mediocre when raw. The roasting concentrates the flavors making an ok tomato-great.
- If you’re ambitious, make some homemade pasta. Just chop up the roasted tomatoes and add them to the warm, tender homemade pasta. Add some basil and Parmesan cheese. WOW, that’s a simple and amazing meal.
- Serve with grilled meats like steak, chicken or pork chops.
- Add it to an appetizer platter with cheese and crackers and salami. The roasted tomatoes are fantastic with cheese and salami.
- Serve these roasted tomatoes for breakfast or brunch! They’re fantastic alongside some scrambled eggs or omelette.
- Make avocado toast and serve these chopped roasted tomatoes on top. The flavors are fantastic.
- Add to any pasta salad for extra flavor and “sauce” when the tomatoes are chopped up.
Roasted Garlic Tomatoes
- Pre-heat oven to Roast or Bake at 425°F *see headnote.
- Lay aluminum foil on sheet pan and place all tomatoes cut side up. Add garlic. Drizzle olive oil on top of tomatoes and garlic. Sprinkle salt and pepper (and herbs if you want) on top of tomatoes and garlic.
- Roast tomatoes for about 30 minutes, or until the tomatoes are roasted and slightly brown or charred on edges. Serve with breakfast eggs, steak, chicken seafood or anytime you want an awesome side dish, or blend up into a sauce.