Why? Because you can! And pickle, and jam, or otherwise celebrate the resurgence of the domestic arts our forebears held so dear. Put on your best apron and step into our kitchen, won't you?
How to dry tomatoes in the oven and safely store them in oil. With a chewy texture and rich flavor, you'll welcome them in winter when fresh tomatoes are lacking.
Tangy morsels of umami deliciousness! Fresh cherry tomatoes, seasoned and slow-roasted until caramelised. Beautifully concentrated flavours, but still moist and juicy.
Have extra tomatoes? Sean shows us just how easy it is to dry them in your oven -- so you'll have fabulous tomatoes all winter long!
Make your own vegetable powders: a great way to add a boost of veggies to sauces, soups and smoothies.
Drying tomatoes is a great way to preserve them, especially if you’re running out of shelf-space. You can use them in sauces, salads, stews, soups, pastas, you name it! We also like to eat them as is, just like you would a dried peach.
Out of all the foods I've dehydrated, tomatoes are my favorite. They become chewy and intensely flavored, making them a great snack to take to work and munch on throughout the day...
If you're deep in the red, use one of these methods to savor the taste of summer all winter long.
Dehydrated jellybean grape tomatoes - a great way to capture the warmth and flavor of summer and keep it through those cold winter months.
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