From pasta to dip, this collection of recipes has a place for every single cherry tomato in your garden.
If you have an abundance of cherry tomatoes, consider yourself lucky. This collection of recipes is bursting with flavor, just like those jewel-like tomatoes from your garden or farmers market. Whether you have 15 minutes or an hour, there's a cherry tomato recipe on this list to fit the occasion.
This creamy white bean spread with a bright puttanesca-inspired topping is the perfect snacking appetizer—no sharing required.
Rich and satisfying, this hot corn dip relies on cream cheese, feta, and half-and-half for its luxuriously creamy texture and a topping of mint, olives, and cherry tomatoes for freshness.
Get Recipe: Creamy Corn Dip With Feta, Mint, and Tomatoes
This recipe for dehydrated cherry tomatoes yields jammy, plump, and concentrated tomatoes that are like sweet-savory tomato raisins.
Here, sweet and bright cherry tomatoes quickly cook down and burst into a rich, emulsified fresh tomato sauce, thanks to their natural pectin content.
Get Recipe: Pasta With Burst Cherry Tomatoes and XO Sauce
This recipe is a flavorful rendition of a classic (but sometimes bland) dish.
Topping pizza with halloumi is unconventional, but undeniably delicious.
Pan-seared steak doesn't really provide much sauce of its own. The solution: Toss some juicy cherry tomatoes and chiles into the skillet as the steak finishes cooking.
Deeply flavored zucchini and roasted tomatoes are the star of this dish; pasta just plays a supporting role.
With just a handful of ingredients, you can make a delicious fresh tomato sauce for pasta in 10 minutes flat.
These chicken skewers spend just a few minutes in a lemony, garlicky mix before they're grilled. The hot chicken absorbs the flavor of the fresh basil chimichurri, and the grilled cherry tomatoes bring sweetness and acid.
Light and airy Parisian-style gnocchi are crisped in olive oil and served with oven-roasted cherry tomatoes, zucchini, and sweet corn.
This rare treasure, an umami-rich sweet-salty-smoky chipotle number from balances juicy pineapple with grassy, green cilantro. A handful of cherry tomatoes tamps down the fruity flavor without pushing the drink into full-on Bloody Mary territory.
Get Recipe: El Gallito (Pineapple Chipotle Pitcher Cocktail)
This dish is somewhere between a stew-like ratatouille and a chopped vegetable hash with eggplants, zucchini, and cherry tomatoes. With a generous amount of olive oil, it's not light breakfast fare, but it is delicious.
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