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Pickled Tomatoes Can Give A Briny Boost To Nearly Any Dish
When steeped in a salty, sour vinegar brine, the sweetness of tomatoes takes on a tangy sharpness, resulting in pickled tomatoes that are a great garnish for countless dishes.
To make pickled cherry tomatoes, add them to a jar with boiled vinegar, water, and salt, then store it in the refrigerator for at least two days and up to a month.
Try spearing the tomatoes between peppers, onions, and zucchini on shrimp kabobs for a zesty touch. Roast the kabobs in the oven or grill them for a charred, smoky taste.
You can also place crushed pickled tomatoes on a charcuterie board for a savory yet jammy condiment, or pair them with smoky, spicy Andouille sausage and cheese in a sandwich.
Try adding pickled tomatoes to a grilled Greek chicken grain bowl. In addition to the Kalamata olives, the pickled tomatoes will bring a briny, slightly sweet nuance to the recipe.