Bought some of these from O & co and I'm now addicted! Would love any advice, tips & techniques please! Thanks.
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I wasn't sure what semi dried tomatoes were so I googled and came across this step by step technique, maybe this will help or someone here who has done this will respond.
WOW!!, thanks so much sdebrango..this is priceless.. (now to snap up that bushel of tomatoes from the farm round the corner!!)
They sound wonderful I hope you were able to snatch some tomatoes and make it.
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Hi Panfusine - I saw this recipe & thought of you. I bought everything to try out today. http://www.bonappetit.com...
Wow, thanks.. I have a whole bushel of them in my kitchen.. (made version on a salt base earlier yesterday, have to try this today!
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I'd halve, rob with olive oil, put them in a 200 degree oven overnight.
that would of course be RUB with olive oil...
Stop robbing those tomatoes!
Thanks Michael, j did exactly that!! they literally got gobbled up faster than I could make them! :-(
Here's the source I've been using, very successfully. I put them in late at night and by early morning the whole house is tomato-fragrant. You can see my comment way down on the page, and some interesting conversation about making peppers the same way, both sweet and hot.
Use her search for updates in successive summers.
And Panfusine, I imagine your house is fragrant all the time!
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