Im reviewing this recipe again. The first time I made it, I messed it up and I think I forgot to marinate. This recipe is out of this world wonderful and they taste, EXCELLENT! They took 7 hours and turned out perfect. Thank you Rita L for responding to me and for a wonderful recipe....
Rita, love these tomatoes. I baked them about 4-5 hours in my toaster oven. I think each oven is a little different on the heat, so they should be checked every so often. I did add basil and oregano. Wow, the smell is so good! I will be making these again soon! I think I will put some in olive oil too. Thanks Rita!
I told Rita a couple of months ago that I would try this when my Romas starting overloading the garden. I made this with Romas and yellow tomatoes. The picture was taken right before I placed them in the oven. Excellent way to save your tomatoes for use during the winter. Thank you so much for sharing!
What an awesome combination! The smell is great and the taste even better. These will be used on sandwiches and in a dip I have that calls for dried tomatos. I can't wait.
Your recipes are always so good and this one is no exception. This one is a life saver because my tomato plants are so full I can't even give tomatoes away fast enough. The tomatoes and oil are also wonderful on a green salad with feta!
yummy! I added a splash of red wine - everyone loved these....I love the oil on salads and pasta! thank you so much for the recipe! I'm so doing this again next year.
Im planning on making breads and all sorts of goodies with these lovely tomatoes... This is definitely a recipe I'll keep handy. I found some beautiful roma tomatoes to make these. I love the way they look stored in jars lol :-) Im planning to make more and give them away to family friends etc. Thanks for the recipe! Never knew Id be doing something like this! hehe