No need to tell you that these greenmarket staples are delicious on their own...but they can also be home runs in sandwiches, soups and spreads.
By Lynn Andriani
A Cajun Method You Never Knew Worked with Vegetables
Use: Really firm Roma (aka plum) tomatoes
Blackening isn't just a technique that works well with chicken or fish. Dipping anything—in this case, sliced tomatoes that you've patted dry—in a mixture of Cajun spices, then cooking it in a hot cast-iron skillet is an amazing way to add heat and crunch. In this recipe from Roberto's New Vegan Cooking
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