As I am currently in Italy I feel I should post about Italian food this week, especially since I am having all sorts of delicious tomatoes; hot, cold, with olive oil or with cheese, you name it. In fairness, the recipe comes from when I was staying in Monestevole, Umbria earlier this summer, and for those among you that are not missing a single detail: yes, it is indeed the same as the post about peppers (hey, I am on holiday so I am allowed to make my life a little bit easier these two weeks, right?), only instead of peppers there are tomatoes, obviously. Just as good though, I promise!
For 10 tomatoes you need:
3 cloves of garlic (more if you like)
honey (optional, as usual)
salt & pepper
Cut the tomatoes in half, as you see on the picture. Pour a bit of olive oil over them, followed by some salt & pepper. Chop up the garlic and the fresh parsley and mix them with the breadcrumbs, add a tad of (sea) salt. Sprinkle the breadcrumb mixture over the peppers, then drip some olive oil on top. Finish with the honey and then put the tomatoes in the oven for about half an hour at 180 degrees.