Oh, salsa verde, how I love thee. Classic sweet, tangy, spicy green goodness all trapped in a jar. The real beauty of tomatillos comes out when you roast them, lending smokey caramel overtones to this already awesome fruit.
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.
I am swimming in tomatoes so I made this deeply flavored garden salsa. It's a great way to use up your garden bounty this time of year. Roasting gives the salsa a caramel richness and the recipe is safe to can.
Might not be the first thing you would think to slice and dice for the dehydrator but push forward, it is certainly worth it! Placed atop salads, vegetables and fish it provides the perfect variety of textural sensation for the palate.