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How To Make Easy Sun-Dried Tomatoes From Your Garden

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How To Make Easy Sun-Dried Tomatoes From Your GardenHow To Make Easy Sun-Dried Tomatoes From Your Garden
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Call them a fruit or a vegetable, tomatoes are stars for your healthy recipes! Sun dried tomatoes are rich in flavor and they add a gourmet touch to any homemade savory dish. What’s great about them is that even though there’s no longer any water content in them, they still contain nutrients that are essential for your health – and of course they keep for much longer than fresh tomatoes.



Tomatoes are high in lycopene, antioxidants and Vitamin C. According to some studies, lycopene can prevent certain types of cancers! It is also reported to help make your skin look amazing! Their rich antioxidant content is also considered to help prevent signs of premature aging.

Gourmet sun dried tomatoes can be a little expensive when you buy them at grocery stores. However, you can have the option of making them at home and preserving the tomatoes that you have grown in your garden. We’ve found a tutorial that will teach you 3 ways to dry your tomatoes!

Once you’ve made your own batch, you can use them in different yummy recipes. Why don’t you make a bruschetta recipe using sardines in oil? Get the flesh of the sardines and place them on a plate and set aside. Chop a few sprigs of basil and a couple of already soaked sun dried tomatoes (soak the sun dried tomatoes in warm water for 30 minutes so that they’ll plump up. You can use the water to flavor certain broths and sauces). Place the SDT’s in a small bowl and add a few drops of extra virgin olive oil. You can also put a few dashes of balsamic vinegar. Spoon this mixture on a slice of toasted bruschetta. Add the flaked sardines and top with your favorite cheese!

Ok, this is making me a little crazy, I think I need to raid the fridge now. Store the rest of the tomatoes in an airtight container so that you can use them in the future.

Here’s the link to the full tutorial: http://www.pickyourown.org/tomatoes_sun_dried.htm

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3 Comments

  • By violet jackson, June 6, 2014 @ 3:35 am

    so yum thanks

  • By Jerry Y., June 27, 2016 @ 11:20 am

    If you’re using your oven you may have to prop the door open slightly to regulate the temperature not all ovens will hold that low of temperature, if not correct you will just cook the product if it’s to high, use an oven thermometer to get it right, I have used my oven in the past to make things like jerky and dried vegetables, I also have made summer sausage and Kielbasa instead of using the smoker when I was unable to use a it, I added a little liquid smoke but it’s not really necessary and hung the sausage from wooden dowels I cut to fit, you simply follow the same directions and it works really well, I make the sausages a length that when hung will not be too close to the heat source and can usually do about 10 pounds at a time!

  • By Deanes, October 20, 2017 @ 2:51 am

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