Chopped Tomato Salad

Armiko de Tomat

Preparation info
  • Serves

    6 to 8

    Appears in
    Sephardic Flavors: Jewish Cooking of the Mediterranean

    By Joyce Goldstein

    Published 2000

    • About

    This recipe for armiko de tomat, a cooked tomato purée, is based on a recipe from Sefarad Yemekleri, a book put together by Subat, the Society for Assistance to Old People, in Istanbul. It also appears in 250 recettes de cuisine juive espagnol by Méri Badi, but she drops the diminutive and calls it armi. The salad resembles a Spanish salmorejo, a tomato-based spread that recalls gazpacho but without the water. Unlike salmorejo or ga