Sun Dried Tomatoes in the Sun

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Sun Dried Tomatoes in the Sun – Summer Fest

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– – by TODD & DIANE

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Oh I’m doing this! Here in DRY triple digit long summers! It’s on! And won’t take long here.
– – Dawn

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with the help from these good people! ⤵
TODD & DIANE
The White on Rice Couple

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Great blog!

Sun Dried Tomato Recipe

Total Time: Several Days

This recipe is for drying your tomatoes in the sun, however you can make sun dried tomatoes in the oven as well.  Set the temp. to 180°F and slowly dehydrate the tomatoes for 8-10 hours or until they are no longer tacky and the texture is like a plump raisin. Paste or plum tomatoes are the ideal choice, but you can really use any tomato you have on hand. No ingredient quantities are needed.  Season by preference, keeping in mind the tomatoes are going to reduce a lot during the dehydrating.

Ingredients:

several pounds Plum (Paste) Tomatoes, sliced lengthwise (for an 1″ to 1 1/2″ thick tomato, slice no thinner than in thirds)Chopped Herbs (oregano, thyme, etc…) optionalSea Saltframe with screen mesh to lay tomatoes on & more screen mesh to lay over the top to keep bugs off

Directions:

Slice the tomatoes & lay on framed screen mesh. Season with optional herbs and sea salt.  Cover with another layer of screen mesh and place in a sunny spot. Leave outside for several days (may be longer, depends on weather, thickness of tomato, water content, etc…) Sun dried tomatoes are done drying when the texture is no longer tacky, and it resembles a plump raisin.Store in a vacuum sealed bag (or zip lock with air removed) in fridge or freezer for up to a year, or store packed in olive oil and sealed in a sterile canning jar (can be left in a cool place).

Recipe Source: WhiteOnRiceCouple.com.

Read more at

http://whiteonricecouple.com/recipes/sun-dried-tomatoes/#zAxZ0GefbLyyXqs0.99

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So yeah…they do have copyright stuff & don’t want this done without permission. But I did link everything back to them. I’m hoping that’ll work. If not….I’ll delete until I get my own photos. I’m waiting for the temps here in Phoenix Arizona to hit 100°…which will be too soon for me!
I mean…I’d be all good with it…linking back to mine. 😉

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