photo: Russian Spicy Marinated Tomatoes

Russian Spicy Marinated Tomatoes

We suggest you to prepare spicy marinated tomatoes. It’s really men's snack. It is impregnated with spiciness of chili and fragrant garlic. Also it is filled with rich taste of seasonings. Such tomatoes will perfectly approach to strong drinks. They are well combined with poultry meat, grilled meat, any meat or fish dish. If you prefer less spicy marinade, in this case replace chili with usual red sweet pepper. Ready marinated tomatoes can be stored for two years. So, stock up with all necessary products and start the cooking process.


  • Tomato
    1.5 kg
  • Chili
    1 pcs
  • Garlic
    5 clove
  • Coriander
    1 tsp
  • Salt
    3.5 tsp
  • Sugar
    1 tbsp
  • Vinegar
    30 g
  • Bay leaf
    2 pcs
  • Dill
    50 g
  • Water
    1 l


  • 1. First of all sort tomatoes. They have to be of medium size, firm and without any damages. Wash them well in cool water together with hot chili pepper. Then shift them on a towel so that products dry out.
  • 2. Take a pan and let’s start cooking the marinade. We need one liter of water for two half-liter jars of ready tomatoes. Pour water in a pan, put it on the high fire and bring to boiling. By means of seasonings let’s enrich our marinade. Pour salt, sugar, a coriander, bay leaf and boil for three minutes so that salt and sugar were completely dissolved. At will you can add those herbs and seasonings that you prefer, it will be quite good to combine with tomatoes fragrant stems of thyme and rosemary.
  • 3. Now pour in the necessary amount of vinegar, bring to boiling and quickly remove from fire.
  • 4. Put on a bottom of a sterile jar a couple stems of fragrant dill, a circle of chili, a garlic plate, and fill in jar with tomatoes and above put again dill, chili and garlic.
  • 5. Fill in the filled jars with marinade, sterilize half-liter jars for seven minutes and then tightly close the lid.
  • 6. Store marinated tomatoes in the cool room, a cellar or the storeroom.
  • 7. Bon Appetite!