Servings: two as a main dish, or four as a generous side dish.
The most time-consuming step in this dish is broiling the tomatoes to reduce their liquid and intensify their flavor. Since the 20 minutes they need in the oven is hands-off, however, you can easily get the rest of the ingredients ready to go so that the entire dish clocks in at just about 25 minutes.
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Terrific for a great casual, make-ahead dish. I've made it twice as a main course pasta, but I think it would shine more in smaller portions as a side dish. Definitely a go-to for ease, make-ahead and pantry-friendly (except for grape tomatoes, most everyone will have everything on hand).
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