Tomato gratin is so great for summer dinners or barbecues. We enjoyed them almost every summer when we are in Italy at someone’s grigliata (barbecue). They’re perfect when they’re hot out of the oven or even room temperature.
Cook Time: 40 mins
– tomatoes – garlic – bread crumbs – bread (any bread would work, but I used a sourdough) – fresh parsley – fresh basil – extra-virgin olive oil – sea salt
What is a Gratin? A gratin is a dish that is either baked or broiled in a shallow pan or dish with a topping of breadcrumbs or cheese (or both). The topping crisps up while it bakes.. The term gratin is derived from the French verb gratiner which means “to broil.”
–Can I make this dish ahead of time? Yes, you can prep the gratin filling ahead of time and prep the tomatoes. Assemble before baking. – How do I store any leftovers? Store leftovers in an airtight container in the refrigerator. – How do I reheat any leftovers? You can enjoy any leftovers cold. You can also reheat the leftovers in a warm oven.
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