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In this video, Betty demonstrates a super quick and easy salad-type side dish-sliced tomatoes, sprinkled with dressing mix, ...
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Hi! I’m Betty and welcome to Betty’s kitchen. Today, we’re going to do tangy tomato slice. It’s one of my favorite recipes because it’s very inexpensive, very quick and easy to do.
You’ll notice that I have some tomatoes. Just have some tomatoes that you might pick up at your supermarket. I have worked out on one of them which I removed over here. You can see the results over here are some tomato slices that I have lined up. I will just use many tomatoes as I feel like I would need for myself and my family or myself and my guests. What I have done with the first tomato is remove it and this is after washing all these and drying them. They are not actually completely dry; but, good enough. Take the cap off and take the end of that has the cap. I’m just using a platter here.
You might want to use a cutting board; but, since I have platter available very quickly I just decided to a use of it. What you’re going to do is slice down three there and get a nice tomato slice. Make a second slice that is the same size and is going to be roughly the same shape. I think we’ll just end up with the last cut and we have four tomato slices and I will arrange in the order that they were cut. This one was cut first and then this one, and then this one, and then finally this one. I’ve put them in the same formation that I did with the earlier ones and I smoothened it to the inside of the plate a little bit so they would look nice for serving.
What I’m going to do now is go to my source of seasoning which is good seasons, Italian all-natural dressing. It’s not dressing that’s already made; but, it contains four packets in here that have ounce of seasoning that are blended together and is meant for making oil and vinegar type of Italian dressing. What we are going to do is just sprinkle. Sprinkle that dressing lightly and evenly over our tomato slices. You can make a second round to feel like you have enough flavors and do that. Just continue I you feel like you have all the tomato slices covered evenly and that you have it to your taste. At this point, this is to be covered with surrounding wrap – plastic wrap of some kind and set in the refrigerator. It will set all day and then it will breathe out. Remove the surrounding wrap and you have tomato slices that have their own salad dressing which has been made from the juice of the tomatoes.
It’s very tasty and I don’t think you’ll find a salad that’s easier.