Servings: four to six as a side dish.
I like to use a combination of cherry tomato varieties for great flavor and color. This is a perfect destination for those cute baskets of Sweet 100s on display at your farmers’ market. Don’t be tempted to use grape tomatoes, as their texture isn’t as pleasing as that of cherry tomatoes.
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This dish is absolutely amazing with no changes made. I ate the gratin over crisped olive bread for a quick supper. I ate the leftovers with eggs- superb.
This has become one of my favorites--I've made with steaks, for barbecues, with beef tenderloin, and even for brunch a couple of times! I have made it as much as 3 days ahead--refrigerate the tomato mixture in the greased dish, store the crumb mixture in tupperware, then put them together before baking--I like to bring it to room temp. before assembling & baking. The tomatoes take on even more flavor when made ahead. EVERYONE loves this-there is never any left!
This is amazing! We used all red cherry tomatoes b/c that's all that was available at the supermarket. This is a definite keeper!
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