Let's Dish With Linda Lou

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Slow Roasted Roma Tomatoes

on March 20, 2014

Low and slow is key here. The tomatoes will taste candy like and their natural sweetness will burst right through I promise. I halved the tomatoes and seeded them first. I placed them on a baking sheet, sprinkling with kosher salt, pepper, and some minced garlic. I roasted them at 325 degrees for around 45 minutes. Finally I showered them with fresh basil. If your are a tomato lover like me, and you taste one you won’t be able to stop. Roasting them in this fashion completely intensifies them like nothing else can.Image

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