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Is there anyone who might have a recipe using the yellow tomatos .

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Aren't they very sweet?  I would just eat them out-of-hand, like candy. I'm jealous! Smiley Happy

 

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We also have a Sungold plant - I call it the wild child 🤣 - it grows like crazy!  We use these primarily for snacking and for salads


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@cinderford We have these in our garden along with other cherry tomatoes.  There are so many of them it's hard to only use them in salads!   Most often I cut them in half, drizzled with olive oil, salt & pepper,   and then roast.  They'll get even sweeter!   We toss them in pasta, scrambled eggs,   Or top bruschetta with them.

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@cinderford  I grew Sungold for the past few years, but now I plant a different yellow cherry tomato. The Sungold have the best flavor, but they tend to split more than other cherries. I use them like any tomato. I dice them and make a pasta sauce with fresh basil.  Sometimes I add zucchini or chicken. Or, I dice them and make a sauce with olives and garlic for fish.  I also cook them with my eggs in the morning. Of course, they are great for snacking and in salads. 

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@Chi-town girl   Good luck tonight in the FIELD OF DREAMS game!

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Thank you all for your suggestions.

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I would make yellow tomato jam out of them.