Tomato jam? Oh, yah. Sweet, sticky and superbly delish atop little slices of toasted bread. Appetizer heaven!
Ummpphrrph. Yummmmarrumph. I'm trying to find the way to tell you about this recipe. But I can't stop eating it. Yum. Yum. Yum. Yum. Yum.
If you think I'm being overly dramatic here, I challenge you to try making a batch of this Sweet Tomato Crostini
at home. It's super simple. But, better than that, it tastes gourmet.
Dotted with the flavors of cinnamon and fresh sage and thyme. Oh, gracious. I'd tell you more, but I've just taken another bite and my fingers are sticking to the keyboardddd.
A fresh-baked loaf of Pillsbury French bread, and a schmear of goat cheese turn this recipe into an appetizer everyone will love. If you can discipline yourself enough to share it. Yummmmarumph.
Wanna see how easy it is to make fresh tomato jam and turn it into Sweet Tomato Crostini?
Just a few onions and olive oil:
A bunch of tomatoes (I used a pretty array of different colored cherry tomatoes, but you can stick to the plain red ones, if you so desire):
Sugar and herbs simmer together with the tomatoes and turn them into a sticky, delicious jam:
Plop that jam on fresh-toasted crostini with a schmear of goat cheese and you're good.to.go.
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Have you ever tried sweet tomato jam on toast or bread?