Spotlight Recipe: Garlic and Herb Tomatoes

Tomatoes are an excellent source of the antioxidant vitamin C and the fresh basil, parsley and thyme contribute vitamin K and potassium. The tomatoes in this salad are gently warmed, which enhances their sweetness and nicely complements chicken, fish or scrambled eggs.

Pick up a few pints of cherry or grape tomatoes to make this quick dish. Tomatoes are an excellent source of the antioxidant vitamin C, and fresh basil, parsley and thyme add in some vitamin K and potassium. The tomatoes in this salad are gently warmed, which enhances their sweetness and makes them a nice complement to chicken, fish or scrambled eggs.

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