Tomato Concasse on Toast is an easy to make appetizer dish that can be served as snack too. Popularly made on occasions like Easter, this appetizer recipe is a great option to start brunch over some red wine. Try it!
4 slices brown bread
2 tablespoon olive oil pomace
4 black pepper as required
2 finely chopped green chilli
4 clove minced garlic
1 medium chopped onion
4 medium finely chopped tomato
2 tablespoon lime
1 teaspoon rosemary
1/4 teaspoon minced ginger
4 pinches salt
For The Garnishing:
Heat oil in a pan. Add the onions. Saute the onions for a while till the moisture draws out. Add salt if you want the moisture to draw out fast. The onions should turn golden brown in colour. The, add some salt. Once the onions have sauteed nicely, add garlic.
Saute the mixture for 10-30 seconds after adding garlic. Once the aroma of garlic starts coming out, add all the remaining ingredients (except bread slices).
Cook the mixture on medium to low flame for about 15-20 minutes. The tomatoes should have a saucy consistency.
If needed, add more pepper for flavour. Shake the pan well. Allow the ingredients to cook for a while.
Prepare the bread slices in a toaster.
Cut the sage leaves for garnishing and add them to the mixture.
Sprinkle some chopped tomatoes with juice of one lime. Your concasse is ready.
After removing the bread from the toaster, carve a circle out of its brown side with a cylindrical cutter. Take 1 tbsp of the tomato concasse and place it right on top of the toast.