Here comes the sun, and the roasted tomatoes
Spending hours in the kitchen is not a burden for me, because when i do, i chose to. I mostly do so to bake, make desserts or breads, because that's what i like the most. Otherwise, i will only take time to cook a more elaborate meal, when i'm on a day off work.
But that doesn't mean i'll settle for something tasteless, out of a can or a box. I've got to tell you, i'm amazed everytime i go to the supermarket, when you see all the "ready to pop in the microwave" meals people buy! Not only am I not sure of what's inside of it and how it tastes, but it's really pricey!
Here's a cheap, easy and tasty recipe. I chose the Bull's heart tomatoes because they have more flesh, but any other would do. This goes perfectly with just some pastas, a toasted piece of bread flavored with garlic, or as a subsitute to tomato sauce on pizza.
Happiness is that easy sometimes ;) Enjoy!
1 or 2 tomatoes depending on the size
1 branch of fresh tym
1 branch of fresh rosmarin
2 tablespoon of olive oil
1 tablespoon of balsamico vinegar
Preheat your oven to 170°C
Clean your tomatoes, cut them into slices of about 1 cm and spread them on your baking tray with parchement paper on it.
Chop the thym and rosmarin, sprinkle them on the tomatoes, aswell as the olive oil, the balsamico vinegar, the salt and pepper.
Put it into the oven for about 30 minutes. To serve you can add a good olive oil on top, and you have a preview of the summer on your plate.