11 tomato recipes to make the most of the summer harvest
Got tomato glut? Try making gazpacho, a green tomato jam, or cheesy tomato fritters.
Start a simple yet sensational late summer lunch with some autumn flavour.
This roasted vegetable sauce can be tossed through pasta or used as a savoury dipping sauce.
A classic vegetarian dish that celebrates the flavour of fresh tomatoes.
Kiwi actor Nicola Kawana is also a talented gardener. She shares her favourite chutney recipe, perfect for using up a tomato glut. The horopito is optional, but it adds an extra kick to the chutney.
These little fritters are a treat to eat, especially when made with late-season, sun-ripened tomatoes. Serve as an antipasto or with a fresh, green salad for a light lunch.
Tomatoes won’t ripen? This green tomato jam might be the solution to the green tomato glut.
NZ Life & Leisure editor Kate Coughlan shares her great-great grandmother Elizabeth Parsons’ tomato recipes (converted from pounds and ounces, of course).
A mid-week vegetarian option from My Indian Kitchen author Ashia Ismail-Singer.
Make the most of a tomato glut with this simple fermenting technique.
This is a great alternative to the traditional Kiwi relish or chutney.
This dish is a household staple at Gemma Romano’s home. Her grandson Anthony likes to eat it as an afternoon snack, sandwiched between two slices of white bread. It is otherwise served with a salad of fresh summer leaves. Use a fleshy, low-acid tomato such as a roma, capri or similar beefsteak.
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