While traveling for work, I was in a strange town stuck in a hotel room watching one of my favorite food shows while the December snow was quickly covering the ground. A version of these tasty treats was featured on the show and I know it was one I had to make. When I got back to my hometown, I ran right out and grabbed all the ingredients I knew I was missing.
As I sat down to make these, I quickly realized it takes a little patience to core those little tomatoes and putting this whole package together did take a bit of time, but when they were finished, OH MY were they yummy and worth every minute I spent making them!
My version includes a few more spices for a bit more of an Italian flavor.
Wineparrot suggests you pair it with…
Sangiovese can be beautiful and complex with varied aromas and flavors.
Sangiovese pairs with Italian tomato-based pasta and pizza sauces, roast chicken, smoked foods, steak or thick soups.