Aside from lycopenes, tomatoes are an excellent source of vitamin C, vitamin A, and vitamin K. They are also a very good source of molybdenum, potassium, manganese, dietary fiber, chromium, and vitamin B1. In addition, tomatoes are a good source of vitamin B6, folate, copper, niacin, vitamin B2, magnesium, iron, pantothenic acid, phosphorus, vitamin E and protein.
You could be boring and just drink 540mL of tomato juice and be done with it, but here are three recipes I recommend you try instead:
Homemade Sundried Tomatoes – These are great in pasta dishes or salads, easy to make, just a long time in the oven. Nothing beats homemade; the store bought varieties can become costly.
You can never go wrong with tomatoes; hope you try one of these interesting but easy recipes soon! Be warned, the acid in tomatoes does not mix well with aluminum cookware. Your meal will become bitter and will have some aluminum contamination, please use something other than aluminum when cooking tomatoes on the stovetop.
For a little extra kick in any of the three recipes above, Just Add Cayenne to your liking!