Grilled Roma Tomatoes (BBQ version)

Tomatoes are like chameleons. They go with anything. Roma Tomatoes in particular are very versatile. And easier to grill on a BBQ

10 min. = for washing & slicing

60 min.= for marinating in olive oil 

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Yes to make Grilled Tomato Sauce


As stated in the beginning of this post. With Roma Tomatoes you can be very creative. They mix easily with beef and fish (Haddock and Dutch Shrimps).  Or taste wonderfully well in a salad with blueberries and strawberries. But for this specific edition; that is emilies meal plan 4, I like to grill them on a BBQ . And for this recipe I use baking paper. To secure all tomato juices stay in lane. And will not cause any fire works


  1. 2 cups of Olive Oil
  2. 500 grams of Roma Tomatoes
  3. Salt


  • a Knife
  • a Fork
  • a Cutting Board
  • baking Paper
  • a tray
  • a clean kitchen towel


  1. Wash Tomatoes
  2. Towel them dry
  3. Cut them in 4 (horizontal, from top to bottom)
  4. Cover grill with 2 sheets of baking paper
  5. Place all wedges in diagonal rows (so you start right at the far end top. And end at your left, close to your side)
  6. Splash each row richly with oil
  7. Cover tray with clean kitchen towel
  8. Let Tomatoes soak for 60 min.
  1. Place tray upon fire
  2. When juices leave the tomatoes and start bubbling
  3. You are ready to serve your grilled Roma Tomatoes
  4. Season with salt
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