Smorgasbord Health Column – Cook from Scratch – Tomatoes for Breakfast Spanish Style

I love tomatoes any which way and tomatoes on toast for breakfast or brunch sounds good to me… Healthy doesn’t have to mean tasteless and boring it can be amazing and simple like this breakfast dish …Enjoy!

Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

Carol Taylor will be back in the New Year with the Food and Cookery Column after a well earned Christmas break.

In the meantime I will be sharing the Cook from Scratch series from two years ago which combined the health benefits of specific key ingredients followed by Carol’s recipes for cook from scratch dishes.

To kick that series off, I am sharing a breakfast that I was introduced to when we lived in Madrid. I love tomatoes and they were always readily available all year round. With some other simple ingredients, tomatoes provide a wonderful start to the day that keeps you going until lunchtime.

I would love to invite any of you who have favourite recipes that use fresh ingredients, to get in touch at the email at the bottom of the post. And of course another chance to promote your work.

Most of us associate a  breakfast…

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8 thoughts on “Smorgasbord Health Column – Cook from Scratch – Tomatoes for Breakfast Spanish Style

  1. Pingback: CarolCooks2…A roundup of my New Years posts… | Retired? No one told me!

  2. CarolCooks2 Post author

    Yes, we do indeed, Marian…My American cousins only ate cold tomatoes but having tried them our way(cooked) we converted them .Yes, I did thank you…I hope you are enjoying your holiday hiatus…Happy New Year to you and your family I hope it is a peaceful and healthy one 🙂

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  3. marianbeaman

    The English like tomatoes too and often for breakfast. I’ll talk about it on my blog after my holiday hiatus this year. Yes, I do hope you enjoyed your well-earned Christmas break! Blogging often takes energy and persistence, which you have in spades!

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