Oven-Dried Grape Tomatoes | Slow-Roasted Grape Tomatoes

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I had a bunch of grape tomatoes which I had bought from the store last week and I had no plans for using them in any recipe. So I oven-dried them today. 😀 Though the traditional method of drying tomatoes require a whole day and of course, the perfect sunny day but thanks to the oven which made my job easy-peasy. This slow roasting/ oven-drying process helps in dehydrates them and concentrate their flavor. Try these oven-dried tomatoes with salad, pasta, fried rice, toasted bread, pizza or in any of the curry which required dried tomatoes, or eats as it is, they always taste yummy. 🙂

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Put those overripe tomatoes for a slow roast in an oven. This only requires 10-15mins of your time that too just for chopping and deseeding the tomatoes. And 2-3hrs of oven drying. Your job is done. 😀 You can use any size tomatoes and make these addictive and delicious dried tomatoes.

Ingredients:

  • 1 Lb grape tomatoes
  • 1 Tbsp olive oil
  • 1 Tsp sea salt

Learn Step By Step Recipe With Pictures For Oven-Dried Grape Tomatoes | Slow-Roasted Grape Tomatoes

Recipe:

Step 1- Pre-heat oven at 225ºF at least for 15minutes.

Wash the grape tomatoes and pat dry them. Cut them in half and deseed the tomato slices

Step 2- Line a baking tray with a foil and arrange the tomato slices on the foil. Pour 1tbsp olive oil over the slices and sprinkle sea salt all over them. Roast them for 2 to 2.5hrs. Tomatoes may vary in size so roast them accordingly

Once done then remove them from the oven and let them cool down. Store them in an airtight container and refrigerate for later use.

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