My neighborhood vegetable provider, Thornage Hall, creates the most scrumptious tomatoes. A year ago we had a wealth, so I took them home – I needed to make a snappy and simple family tea to have in the garden. In the tallness of summer, flawlessly ready tomatoes joined with crisp thyme and rich puff cake is, to me, the ideal mix of sweet, salty and rich flavors. It is my definitive family most loved dish, since it is so easy to make – and my little girl adores it!
Planning time: 5 minutes
Cooking time: 20 minutes
1 pack of puff baked good
10 legacy tomatoes (different hues)
3 sprigs of thyme
Plate of mixed greens clears out
Preheat the stove to 185C/365F/gas 4. Line a heating plate with material paper, unroll the baked good on to the plate and score with a sharp blade in a confound, leaving a 2cm outskirt around the edge. Convey an extensive container of water to the bubble, drop in your tomatoes and whiten them for 20 seconds or until the point that the skin begins to peel, at that point place them in super cold water to cool.
Once cooled, peel the skin off the tomatoes and cut them around 1cm thick, at that point mastermind them on the baked good inside the outskirt. Sprinkle the sprigs of thyme to finish everything, season well with salt and pepper at that point brush softly with olive oil.
Place the plate into the broiler and prepare your tart for 20 minutes until the point that the baked good is brilliant dark colored. Expel from the stove and permit to cool. Once cooled, cut your tart and present with dressed plate of mixed greens takes off.
Richard Bainbridge is the cook proprietor of Benedicts, in Norwich