Tomato and pomegranate saladPrint Recipe
200g red cherry tomatoes, cut into ½cm dice
200g yellow cherry tomatoes, cut into ½cm dice
200g tiger (or plum) tomatoes, cut into ½cm dice
4 medium vine tomatoes, cut into ½cm dice (500g net)
1 red pepper, cut into ½ cm dice (120g net)
1 small red onion, finely diced (120g net)
2 cloves garlic, crushed
½ tsp ground allspice
2 tsp white wine vinegar
1½ tbsp pomegranate molasses
60ml olive oil, plus a little extra to drizzle at the end
1 pomegranate, seeds removed (170g of seeds)
1 tbsp picked small oregano leaves, to garnish
Salt and black pepper
In a large bowl, mix together the tomatoes, red pepper and onion and set aside.
In a small bowl whisk the garlic, allspice, vinegar, pomegranate molasses, olive oil, and 1/3rd teaspoon of salt, until well combined. Pour this over the tomatoes and gently mix.
Arrange the tomatoes and the juices on a large flat plate. Sprinkle over the pomegranate seeds and oregano and finish with a drizzle of olive oil.
- Shop Simple and effective Mary (18/01/2015) It is all of the different types of tomatoes which really make this salad! It looks so beautiful plated and is the perfect accompaniment to any BBQ meal. Everyone wants the recipe.
If you love tomatoes, you love this
Admittedly, I am one of the biggest enemy of tomatoes, never letting one of the red beauties escape without being eaten. So this recipe is probably as close to food paradise as it gets for me.
We had no pomegranate molasses, and it is hard to imagine how the salad could have become any more delicious than it was.
- Shop Delicious Patrycja (12/11/2014) My friend decided to do food fiesta in our house..i love to cook and try new things,that kind of taste was for me something very new,tasty and refreshing...i just want more and more...and hope to discover more fantastic recepies on this web.
- Shop delicious salad sophia (23/01/2014) i am addicted to pomegranate and this salad offers another delightful way to use them. use really fresh tomatoes to get the best out of this and try with parsely or mint if you don't have oregano and these all work to bring our the other ingredients.
- Shop Amazing aroma and flavours Terry (07/08/2013) I made this last night to eat today and every time I opened the fridge door the aromas that wafted out were delectable. They set my mouth watering every time. The pomegranate molasses made a huge difference to this recipe so, although they might not be easy to buy locally, I recommend getting hold of them. You can of course buy them here on this site! The flavours of this did nothing to disappoint when I ate it tonight. I had this with the freekeh pilaff and a rare rack of lamb. Completely scrumptious and never have leftovers smelt so good in my fridge!