This is very easy to prepare and multiple appealing features common to patients suffering of Mucositis. Colorful, presentation can be very attractive and inviting.
For 2 Serving(s)
- 1 Tomato, large
- 1 teaspoon Olive oil
- 1 tooth Garlic, chopped fine
- 2 Sanaam pepper, dry (red chile)
- 1 can Chicken broth
- 2 packets Gelatin, unflavored
- 2 bunches Fresh rosemary
- to taste Salt
Fry Tomato Jell-O with Fresh Rosemary and Pepper Directions
- Combine the chicken broth and gelatin in a sauce pan and dissolve over gentle heat for five minutes. Add the peppers.
- Make a tomato concassé. Score an X in the skin and place into boiling water for 10 seconds, remove from the water and place under cold running water.
- The peel should now just slip off; if it does not pop back in the boiling water for a few more seconds.
- Cut in half and remove the pips and rinse out and roughly chop.
- In a pan, place the oil and tomato over medium heat and fry. Add the garlic and salt to taste.
- Blend together the fried tomato and chicken broth mixtures and cook for 3 more minutes. Take off the heat and incorporate the rosemary.
- Place the content in a mold of choice and allow to settle in the refrigerator for at least 4 hours.
- Garnish with rosemary and tomato.
Tomato concassé - (con-cass-eh) A dice of tomatoes which have been peeled and the seeds removed.
This is easy to prepare and has multiple appealing features common to patients suffering from mucositis. The texture is tolerable to the mouth and easy to swallow with no need for chewing. The adding of pepper is stimulating to the taste buds and enhances healing by influx of blood to the local area. The rosemary and gelatin enhance good bowel function.