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Slow-Roasted Tomatoes

32 Halves

3½ hours

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Tomato paste made these tomatoes more savory, while white balsamic vinegar gave them a bright, slightly sour note. Medium plum tomatoes, roughly 4 ounces each, worked best. If your tomatoes are smaller, start checking them after three hours in the oven. Slow-roasted tomatoes are a powerful pantry staple; add them to soups, sauces, pasta, polenta, sandwiches and salads.

32

Halves

Tip

Don’t combine the olive oil with the vinegar and tomato paste. The mixture won't adhere to the tomatoes and will burn.

3½ hours

Ingredients

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Reviews
Pamela A.
January 20, 2023
There should be a cookbook designed like this!
I love the idea of cooking once and making the leftovers come to life in another variation later in the week. This menu is definitely on my to-do list!
Robert Todd C.

This is even better when you use the Mutti Tomato Vinegar from the store! Next to try is the black vinegar

I turn these into a paste and smash in an anchovy, diced fresh tomatoes, and red onions. Use as a topping over hummus, on avocado toast with smoked salmon.

I use them everywhere!