Tomates Farcies is a dish made by Kojirō Shinomiya in a wager against some land sharks that terrorized Marché Bastille in Paris.

Description Edit

The simplicity behind this traditional French dish is the tomato, which can be either baked or unbaked. The top and core of the tomato is cut off however the top can be use as a cover for the stuffing or an accessory to the dish. Then, it can be stuffed with meat or vegetables, along with different variations of spices, herbs and parsley which can concentrate and support the flavor of the tomato.

Recipe Edit

  • Tomato
  • Spices
  • Herbs
  • Parsley

Real Facts Edit

The Farcies or Petits Farcies are a culinary specialty traditional the kitchen of the Mediterranean, among other local cuisine, Provençal cuisine, cuisine of the Mediterranean Provence, Occitan cuisine and Mediterranean diet based on vegetables from the Mediterranean basin, and of stuffing.[1]

Trivia Edit

  • The origin of the word "Farcies" is the French verb "Farcir" which means "to stuff".
  • In France, Tomates Farcies are traditionally stuffed with beef meat.

References Edit

  1. Wikipedia page on Farcies