Just Tomato & Salt
There is some truth about the best things in life are the simplest things.
Like this recipe for instance. A few ripe tomatoes, sliced and then drizzled with a bit of salt is delicious with boiled rice and some fried fish.
Sometimes though, this salted tomatoes is a complete meal with a plate of fried rice.
I remember when we were still children, my mother would serve us rice with some viand of vegetables and fish and this recipe of salty tomatoes. I would watch her not bothering with a knife to slice the juicy ripe tomatoes. With dexterity she you would pull a tomato apart with just one hand and it was the loveliest memory of delicious childhood.
I have to say that when I first came to the UK, the tomatoes did not taste like the Philippine tomatoes. They looked the same but the UK ones are bland.
It was some few years later that Sainsburys started selling flavoursome tomatoes. It tasted slightly like the good tomatoes of the Philippines. But why has a tomato has to be flavoursome to taste like the real thing?
Ripe firm tomatoes, sliced
a pinch of salt
- Sprinkle the salt to the sliced tomatoes.
- 🙂 Yummy