Bacon-Wrapped Cherry Tomatoes


As a bonus, the finished product is a scrumptious treat that everyone will enjoy!

Summer has officially arrived in the United States. There is a party going on everywhere you look, whether it’s at the beach, in a park, at home, or even at the clubhouse–and it’s all because of the sweltering heat and blooming flowers. United States summers are always a good time.

Have you ever presented grilled cherry tomatoes with bacon as a party food option before? In any case, you’re welcome to give it a try. Despite its simplicity, this dish is delicious and visually appealing, making it perfect for all of your summertime get-togethers.

It was in Tokyo a few years ago that I first tasted them, and now I’m hooked. When I’m having Japanese yakitori, this is a must-have item for me as well…

Rather than writing a lengthy post, I’ll let the images speak for themselves. See the entire collection by clicking on the image above.

Each serving of this recipe has only 94 calories.


  • 340 g of cherry tomatoes
  • 340 g of bacon
  • toothpicks
  • Japanese assorted chili pepper


  1. Slice the bacon into half-length pieces. Closely wrap the end of the bacon strip around the cherry tomato and secure it with a toothpick. Set the cherry tomato aside while you hold it in place with a toothpick. Add a dash of Nanami Togarashi to the bacon before cooking.
  2. On a preheated indoor grill, cook the bacon until it’s golden brown and crispy. Low heat is best for an outside grill. Prepare the food and serve it right away.

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