I've always liked this interesting combo of a dried plum (the kind you get from the Asian grocery) and a tomato. You basically cut a hole into the tomato and push a dried plum down, then let the flavors meld together. I usually do this step at least overnight in the refrigerator. Once the flavors meld, you have the sweetness of the tomato playing against the saltiness of the plum to create a refreshing treat.
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- Make hole in top of tomato. I like to cut through all the seed compartments to allow for faster flavor diffusion.
- Push plum into hole.
- Refrigerate overnight to let flavors meld.