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Wednesday, October 08, 2014

.@Vicki Batman - Need a snappy side dish for #potluck? Try marinated tomatoes #MFRWorg #PlottingPrincesses #goodfood

Food = Good



Recently, I was invited to a library event. Since I had been out of town, I had to think of something good and quick and didn't want to purchase at the store. 

Marinated Tomatoes  


4 boxes of cherry tomatoes 
1 bottle of robust Italian salad dressing
1 package of Good Season Italian dressing

Pour off the oil from the bottled dressing. Mix in the dry, and shake well. Wash the tomatoes. Cut into halves or quarters, depending on size. Put the cut tomatoes in a bowl and pour the dressing on top. Mix thoroughly and store in the fridge. Occasionally, stir again. Chill overnight.

Notes: You can strain out the liquid. You can use large tomatoes instead of small ones. Use all red, all yellow, mix and match your tomatoes.


I am a huge everything tomato lover. This was a big hit at the party, perfectly seasoned. 


Vicki Batman is sitting at her computer with a diet Dr. Pepper and already making plans for Thanksgiving. Preorder her romantic comedy mystery, Temporary Employed at: Amazon or at: The Wild Rose Press

2 comments:

Angela Adams said...

Yummy and quick...that's how I like to cook. Thanks for the recipe.

vicki batman said...

Hi, Angela! me, too and this one is pretty yummy. Like a tangy bruschetta!

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