To avoid possible exposure to gluten from prepared tomato sauces, whip up this easy version that can be made with ingredients you probably have in your pantry.
For a fresh taste of Tuscany, drizzle this dressing over a watercress-and–white bean salad. Because its leaves are tougher than other aromatic herbs, fresh rosemary needs to be finely chopped to release its flavor (and to avoid getting the leaves stuck between your teeth).
Once you’ve tasted the concentrated flavor of fire-roasted tomatoes, you’ll want to use them all the time. This recipe is a quick alternative to prepared pasta sauces that are often loaded with sodium and sugar. To substitute whole fire-roasted tomatoes, simply cut the tomatoes in the can with kitchen scissors before using.