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Barbecued Tomatoes 

 

HT ACC BBQ Australian 20mins
 

Serves 4

 

Recipe Tags:    Hot Vegetable Barbecue Accompaniment  en papillote  foil parcels  Gluten Wheat Dairy free Eggless Australia Oceania
 


Ingredients
4 Large Tomatoes
Salt and Black Pepper
4 large tinned Anchovy Fillets, drained
1 heaped tbsp Freshly chopped Parsley
Olive Oil
 


Instructions
 


1. Halve the tomatoes cut side up, place on a large piece of double thickness foil season with pepper.

2. Divide the chopped anchovies and parsley between each tomato, drizzle with each with olive oil then place another piece of foil over the top and seal the edges to make a parcel.

3. Place over hot coals for 10-15 minutes or until just softened. Serve immediately.

 

Main equipment required to make this Recipe

 

Aluminium Foil

 

Key techniques required to make this Recipe

Drizzle - To drip a liquid substance, such as a sauce or dressing, over food usually in a semi fluid motion
 

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