Fill the pot with water that can flood the height of the tomatoes and boil the water. After the tomatoes are plucked, place the original pedicle down into the water. After about 5 to 10 seconds, use a colander to collect cold water from the tomatoes, and peel the skin when the epidermis breaks. Mature tomatoes can be quickly hot-squeezed. Sentimental tomatoes are hot for a long time. In addition, peeled tomatoes do not soak, just dry the water can be dry.
However, if you only need to peel a tomato, you do not need to boil it and you can directly cook it on fire. As long as you go to the pedicle and use a fork, directly on the fire, baked until the skin of the whole tomato is cracked, you can soak the water stripped.