"Pan con Tomate" in a bowl

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Author Notes: This is a twist to the traditional Spanish tapa Pan con Tomate (Tomato Bread) which is one of the simplest and most famous dishes from Cataluña. The original recipe is simply bread rubbed with fresh garlic and ripe tomato, then drizzled with olive oil and a bit of salt. It can be eaten by itself, but is often topped with cured ham (Jamon Serrano). The bread bites soaked with the sweet juice of the Heirloom tomatoes complemented by the cured ham saltiness makes a perfect dish to be paired with grilled meat, roasted chicken or simply a glass of wine.Dominique Fry

Serves 4

  • 1/2 fresh baguette or rustic bread (no sourdough)
  • 4 medium size Heirloom tomatoes
  • 1 large clove of garlic cut in half
  • 1/4 pound of Jamon Serrano (Spanish cured ham) or domestic prosciutto sliced thin
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • fresh crushed black pepper to taste
  1. Cut the 1/2 baguette/loaf diagonally and toasted lightly. Remove from oven and rub the garlic in both halves. Cut the bread and tomatoes in 1 inch cubes and placed in a salad bowl. Dress it with the olive oil, salt and pepper. Add the cured ham (ham can be substitute for shaved cheese or anchovies).
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about 3 years ago susan g

I love all your recipes, and I hope you'll send in more! The flan is so appealing -- and I hardly ever make dessert. This one for the wonderful tomatoes we're finally getting locally. And the tempeh -- wish I could spoon some from the screen.

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about 4 years ago Sagegreen

Yum!