Slow roasted tomatoes recipe and a sneak peak
I am blessed to have a small but bountiful vegetable garden this summer. I can’t keep up with the tomatoes and when that happens I go to one of my favorite recipes for Slow Roasted Tomatoes.
All of the veggies in the above photo are from my garden except for the garlic and onions.
All you do is chop everything (very chunky at first) and then put it in a large roasting pan:
Add some olive oil, balsamic vinegar, salt and herbs and you’re ready to roast. I roasted these for 4 (yes four!) hours in the oven at 350 degrees.
When they’re done, you have a delicious vegetable sauce or dip or side dish or meal.
You can download the recipe here: SLOW ROASTED TOMATOES RECIPE.
I have changed this recipe a little bit from the original version, but I can’t remember where I got it from in the first place! If anyone has seen it before, please let me know the original source. I’d love to give them credit.
If you don’t have a vegetable garden of your own, you could try your local farmers market or better yet, maybe you could pass this recipe to a neighbor who does have a garden and then maybe that neighbor might be kind enough to share the end result!
I had enough left over to share with my neighbors, too. You know, what goes around comes around!
And now for a sneak peak of my next tutorial:
This table runner is completed and as soon as I’m finished with the instructions, I’ll be sharing a tutorial with you. Soon I hope!
Have a great weekend!
That looks very tasty Julie! There’s nothing like home-grown tomatoes for flavour!
Tomato pie is delicious too. I found a recipe online. Happy quilting and cooking…
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