If you’re like me, you planted way too many tomato plants! I’m overflowing with cherry tomatoes, beefsteak, and heirlooms. Nobody needs them at church. And my neighbors who once gladly received my excess bounty now politely refuse. Everyone has too many tomatoes.
What can I do with so many tomatoes? Then I remember!
Just because I didn’t plant Roma tomatoes (the typical tomato for sauces, freezing, and storing) doesn’t mean I can’t dry pans of cherry tomatoes in my oven. You can follow this recipe: https://www.shelovesbiscotti.com/sun-dried-cherry-tomatoes/
I gather a few bowls of tomatoes, wash them, and dry them for the winter. I like to freeze my oven-dried tomatoes and use them all year for pizza, chilis and soups, and sauces.
Just when you thought you didn’t know what to do with your tomatoes, you now know what to do!