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Etymology 1[edit]

tomato (noun) +‎ -ed


tomatoed (not comparable)

  1. Prepared with tomato.
    • 1986, Seymour Britchky, The Restaurants of New York, 1987
      That snapper is firm and fresh, skinned and boned and (partly as a result) of rather mild flavor--with it you are served discs of sautéed zucchini, browned and crisp, in a tomatoed oil that is dotted with cloves of garlic.
    • 2004, Wayne Gisslen, Essentials of professional cooking
      Also, for tomatoed consommé (madrilène), increase the gelatin slightly because the acidity of the tomatoes weakens the gelatin.

Etymology 2[edit]

See tomato (verb).



  1. simple past tense and past participle of tomato