Tomato Recipe – How to Make Sun-Dried Tomatoes

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25 Responses to “Tomato Recipe – How to Make Sun-Dried Tomatoes”

  1. Thank you for your question! We’d recommend storing these sun-dried tomatoes in the refrigerator, in an air-tight container. You can store them in olive oil as well, if you prefer. They should keep for 5-7 days. Enjoy!

  2. how to store them & how long they will last?

  3. Use the sunlight instead ;)

  4. thankyou for the kind and steady response. :)

  5. Thank you for clarifying, Palakh. The temperature is in 200 degrees F.

  6. 200 degree F or C?

  7. Also, if you have a garden and an abundance of tomatoes, this is a good way to use/store the excess… otherwise, I’d agree with you.

  8. I don’t understand sun dried tomatoes, or even fried green tomatoes. I like mine ripe, and sliced for a sandwich or diced for a salad.

  9. im crying just thinkng about the electricity bill

  10. I love sun dried tomatoes~!!♥ But, 7 hrs in the oven is too long and dont forget the electricity consumption. Ill just buy.^^; Thanks for this recipe anyway.

  11. This makes me feel Nostalgic ,remember my mom doing this, in the sun though..

  12. …thought sun dried tomatoes were, you know, SUN DRIED…

  13. that depends, she call them ‘dried tomatoes’ or ‘sun dried tomatoes’ ?

  14. This are oven dries tomatoes, not sun dried. Taste is different

  15. Because what you want to do is dry them out. The seeds are wet.

  16. Just an question.. Why pull the seeds out?

  17. Lol even Martha Stewart dries hers in the oven. I guess she’s a dumbass too?

  18. Whatever. I have made these many times in the oven and they are fantastic.

  19. lol you don’t cook do you?

  20. those were really beautiful tomatoes

  21. Simple recipe, I guess, if you’re able to find an oven with a working sun inside it.

  22. I think these should be called just dried tomatoes. I think “sun-dried” tomatoes are literally dried in the sun!

  23. Becaus ethe taste is completely different buddy! ; D

  24. Vilma Cordova- Smole Reply September 28, 2013 at 3:45 pm

    Neat Idea.. I will try this..

  25. Why would you ruin perfectly good fresh tomatoes?