Fresh Tomatoes with Dipping Oil

Quick, easy, can be used along with the entree, as an appetizer or even a snack


  • Fresh tomatoes either sliced or cut into wedges and arranged on plate. Room temperature is best, as this really brings out the flavour of the tomatoes.
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  • For dipping oil, it's easy to make your own. 1/4 cup of extra virgin olive oil mixed with one of your favorite herbs or spices (i.e. a Tbsp. or two of crushed Rosemary or Chives are nice). Whisk together in a small bowl or put in a small jar and shake. Keep unused, leftover oil at room temperature for about a month.


Oil can be either drizzled over the tomatoes or put on the side of the plate or in a small bowl for dipping. If desired, a small dusting of parmesan cheese over the finished plate is a nice addition.

Servings: 1-endless
Time:10 Minutes Preparation Time
0 Minutes Cooking Time

Source: My own recipe file!

By Pam from Beeton, Ontario, Canada


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