Chopped, stewed, or even fried, tomatoes are a flavorful staple in a great number of global cuisines. Check out this comprehensive list of tomato recipes for all sorts of creative ways to use the vitamin rich fruit.
Say goodbye to canned tomato soups, because this simple recipe is perfect as a meal or a side. This recipe is ideal if you’ve overbought tomatoes and don’t know how to use them up.
We love two-for-ones like this where you can make either or both of the included recipe. Experiment with your favorite sauces on top of the fried green tomatoes or try the av0cado garlic aioli with any and every fried treat you can think of.
The cream in this recipe perfectly balances the unique tartness of the sun dried tomatoes. It’s a great recipe for leveling up your family pasta nights with little added effort.
Whether or not it’s BBQ season, this cucumber tomato salad with avocado vinegar dressing is a bright and scrumptious side dish. The red onions really give it a unique blend of flavors that everyone will love.
Expand your charcuterie board repetoire with this sun dried tomato pesto. You and your guests will also love having it available as a bread spread alongside butter at meal times.
Take control of your nutrition by making your own healthier, tastier version of ketchup. You don’t even need any special equipment to complete the recipe. Plus, the ketchup itself is a blank slate for your favorite flavorines such as chiles or curries.
This creative twist on bruschetta is perfect for any dinner party or potluck. Experiment with vegan cheeses and/or gluten free bread to make it extra accessible for those with dietary restrictions.
Make your guests rethink their conceptions of salad with this flavor packed appetizer. Plus, each part of this recipe can be made by itself and added to other creations. We especially love the pickled red onions as additions to other salads and even sandwiches.
This cheesy tomato pie recipe does a great job at walking you through how to keep a firm, crispy crust even with all the wet dairy and tomatoes. You’ll love serving it at your next brunch.
Nurtured Homes jam packs knowledge and tips into this Southern comfort food recipe. It even provides substitutes for buttermilk so that you don’t need an extra trip to the grocery store just to make this scrumptious biscuits.
If you’re not a fan of sweets but still love breakfast, this tomato jam is perfect for spreading on your bagels, English muffins, or toast. The best part is that there’s no canning necessary!
This is another recipe that’s perfect for when you’ve overestimated how many tomatoes to buy. Unlike their name implies, you don’t even have to wait long for them to be ready. All it takes is an oven and a baking sheet.
The perfect olive oil and balsamic glaze can be elusive, but this recipe will help you nail it every single time. Experiment with oils to really make caprese salad your own.
You’ll love making your handcrafted Bloody Mary’s truly homemade with this recipe.
Make your tomato feta salad stand out with homemade Greek dressing. This refreshing recipe is a perfect snack or side all year round.
Transforming classic recipes into dips is a lot of fun! Whether you use the mayo that this BLT Dip calls for or tryout other creamy bases you’re guests are sure to ask for the recipe.
Looking for a quick yet delicious sandwhich for any and all lunch boxes you’re in charge of packing? This satisfying tomato sandwich has your back. Plus, you can keep the homemade garlic mayo on hand for a bunch of other recipes.
Love canned tomatoes? Then add the tang of vinegar with this chutney. It’s great for keeping on hand to add to sandwiches without having to always take the time to cut up tomatoes and clean the kitchen.
You don’t have to go through the whole canning process to have delicious pickled tomatoes. Try this refridgerator pickling process on green tomatoes and any other fruit or veggie you love.
If you don’t have a nona to inherit a tomato sauce (or gravy) recipe from, then this recipe is the perfect starting point. Add to and tweak it to make it all your own.
Change up your pasta routine with this simple and quick oven roasted grape tomato recipe. You’ll love the pops of tomato flavor mixed with fresh grated parmesan.
Make today and serve tomorrow is a great motto for anyone who frequently hosts their friends and family. By preparing this bruschetta ahead of time, you’ll save yourself a whole lot of anxiety knowing that all you have to do the day of your gathering is throw the mix on the bread. Plus, doing so will prevent your bread from getting too soggy.
Set your flatbread apart by using crescent roll dough as your crust. This recipe perfectly balances all of its ingredients and flavors while also being easy to put together.
If you love pastries, then this recipe is for you! Its flaky crust and tangy ricotta really make this tomato tart crave-worthy.
Step away from store-bought salsa with this perfectly spiced and spicy recipe. The best part is that you probably already have everything you need to make it in your kitchen right now.
Stuffed roasted tomatoes are a tasty and filling side dish that can be added to any type of meal. The best part is that you probably have everything you need for this recipe in your pantry, but you can also experiment with your favorite seasonings and cheeses.
Love fun salads that exclude leafy greens? Then this panzanella salad is for you. It’s a delicious appetizer or side dish that pairs well with all kinds of crusty breads.
Scalloped potatoes are a delicious and classic side dish, but did you know you can “scallop” tomatoes too? This multi-cheese casserole is a quick way to add veggies to any meal and also a great contribution to any potluck.
Level up your comfort food by adding some gnocchi to the mix. You’ll especially love how cooking the gnocchi right in the soup cuts down on dishes.
With an abundant harvest of tomatoes, preparing for future meals is incredibly easy. Follow these easy instructions to master the art of canning and preserving.
Adding croutons or a grilled cheese to this scrumptiously creamy soup will make any Fall or Winter day brighter. This recipe even comes with helpful instructions for how to reheat whole batches of bisque so you can cook today and save it for whenever the mood or need strikes.
This delightful dish is perfect for vegetarians looking for a filling meal or anyone who loves tomato side dishes. Tomato casserole goes well with any pasta, rice, or bread and its leftovers are a great for lunch.
Easy and quick to make, this tomato based chicken dish is a perfect option for dinner even on your busiest days. Not only that, it’s as delicious as it is nutritious.
If you’ve always wanted to make Israeli couscous but never knew how to season it, then this simple recipe is for you. You’ll love the depth of flavor that comes from simmering the couscous in the rich and flavorful tomato sauce in this recipe.
Tortellini is yet another filling pasta that fits perfectly into tomato soup. This one-pot only recipe is perfect for busy worknights or large family gatherings.
Meet stuffed peppers’ equally as delectable cousin ground beef stuffed tomatoes. Whether you try the stuffing exactly as the recipe suggests or experiment with your own favorite flavors you’ll love how the tomato juice bursts into the hearty flavors of the ground beef.
Fresh and flourish free, this pasta recipe is the perfect comfort food. It’s limited ingredients make it the perfect canvas for your favorite combinations of cheeses and herbs.
With this recipe on hand you always have a nutritious yet scrumptious option for snacks, side dishes, or even full meals. It’s best with fresh herbs so be sure to pick some up next time you’re in the store.
The pan-seared cod in this recipe perfectly sops up all the delicious flavors of the wine, herbs, and tomato juice in the sauce. Plus, Baker by Nature makes sure to include a bunch of helpful tips for searing the cod and picking out the perfect wine.
Vegetarians (and vegans with some tweaks) will love how filling and scrumptious this tomato and bean bake is. Serve it by itself or with your favorite grain.
Keep your kitchen clean and prep time simple with this one pot tomato pasta. The use of broth and sun dried tomatoes really sets this recipe apart from all of your other go-to pasta recipes.
Another great recipe to keep on hand for potlucks and hosting events! This dish has every nutritious food group included while also being super flavorful.
Serve up this novel combination of crackers, herbs, tomatoes, and mayo at your next BBQ. It has everything your usual salads do, but is even easier to make since you don’t have to cook up potatoes or pasta to make it.
There’s just something special about skillet dishes like this gnocchi and tomato sauce recipe. Being homey, filling, and delicious, it’s an automatic crowdpleaser that’s also quick to throw together.
Roasting tomatoes before making them into sauce gives your finished produce a deeper, richer taste that you can’t get with any other method. Make some today to prepare for restaraunt worthy dishes later in your schedule.
Whether you use gnocchi, spirali, or even orzo, this garlicky, cheesy recipe is a must-have find! All you need is some heavy cream, sundried tomatoes, and dry white wine to make this quick yet impressive meal.