The prince of persia is a typical monarch. He fancies fancy cars, shiny jewelry, expensive clothes, lavish parties.
From time to time, too much glitter makes my head spin and I find myself craving simplicity.
Take this tomato crisp for instance.
It’s made out of simple ingredients : coconut, oats, olive oil, panko, parmesan cheese, pecans, pepper, salt, cherry tomatoes.
The cooking process is just as simple : drop the tomatoes in a baking dish, drop the rest of the ingredients on top of the tomatoes, drop it all in the oven for about 50 minutes.
The simplest way to eat this cheesy, nutty, scrumptious tomato crisp is with a spoon, right on the kitchen counter, far away from the twinkle and the sparkle of the prince’s castle…
This recipe was chosen by Nicole for the Food Matters Project. Read her post on the giving table for the original recipe (I used extra evoo instead of butter, panko instead of bread crumbs and added about a 1/4 cup of finely grated coconut). Don’t forget to check out what other FMP member’s have done with this great Mark Bittman recipe.