• I just knew there had to be a blog post from you so I came looking for it. I like tomatoes, but not well enough for something like this. But it’s a great idea! 🙂

    • Thanks for checking. tomatoes are such a great fruit and can be use on or used or made into some amazing dishes. This is just one. I have a Lasagna recipe I will includes these and it makes it pretty special. 🙂

  • Gina

    I love tomatoes! And luckily it is the time of year when there seems to be a fresh supply in the break room. Thanks!

    • Hi Gina, Me too!! This is the best time of year for anything tomatoe, isn’t it. If you make these, let me know about it. 🙂

  • Interesting not that I eat tomatoes just not a fruit I am into………

    • Hi Jo-Ann, Not everyone is, but for those of us who are, this is the bomb. Here is my question for you. What is you favorite fruit and recipe? I would love to hear about it. :-)))

  • Nicole Waterman

    I’m going to try this today I have decided. I’ll come pack and let you know how they turn out. I have been looking for aiming delicious to put in my Kilner jars, they have sat on the worktop for a couple of weeks now. Do they taste like sundried tomatoes? Thanks for the inspiration.

    Nicole X
    missfridaysfeast.blogspot.co.uk

    • Hi Nicole, How cool. Have fun with these. The time it takes will depend on the size of the tomaotes. To answer you question, they taste a little sweeter then the commercail sundried tomatoes because I use allot less salt on mine. They are such a treat that I can’t wait for tomatoe season to get my hands on some to make these. I very much look forward to hearing about your experience. 🙂

  • Catarina Alexon

    What a wonderful and healthy idea Susan!! Like you I buy tomatoes at the market all the time. Have now found something new and, from what I believe, delicious to do with them.

    • They really are, both healthy and delicious. At this time of year tomatoes are very plentiful. it’s really nice to have these when the gardens are dormant and good tomatoes are more difficult to find. 🙂

  • Wendy Merron

    Yumm! Tweeted and Pinned your mouthwatering pics!

  • Doreen Pendgracs

    If there’s anything that goes together better than tomatoes and olive oil, I don’t know what it can be. Except perhaps … a deep dark chocolate with a delicious rich and bold red wine. 🙂 Susan, you and I are going to have to meet sometime soon and indulge!

    • I agree. Tomates are just so versatile, aren’t they?

      Nothing compares to a deep dark chocolate especially matched with a bold luscious red wine… LOL.

      I so agree. We need to plan a meet up and definitely indulge to our hearts content.

  • Anne Stone

    I’d not even thought about making my own dry roasted tomatoes before, it sounds pretty easy

    • They’re very easy. They just take time and not much else. The results are very worth it.

  • This is one of my favorite ways to prepare tomatoes.

    • MIne too… :), I love them in the late fall when good tomatoes are hard to find. 😀

  • Bethany Lee

    These look awesome! I love your fresh garden recipes. 🙂 I want to try this. I guess I need to go to the farmers market this weekend!

    • These are super easy and so good in so many dishes. I even include them in my lasagna recipe (that will be post sometime in the near future). 🙂

  • Bethany Lee

    Susan, you need to think about finding a plugin for your recipe entries so that your readers can print out the recipes in a nice style/formatted like a recipe. Do you know what I mean? I would be printing these out.

    • That is a very good idea. Jonathan has suggested I might turn my recipe collection into an ebook as well. There is much to think about… huh. 🙂

  • Adrienne Jones

    I do love roasted tomatoes. I used to buy them by the bag all the time, but got out of the habit. Obviously it’s more cost effective to make my own. Great, easy recipe, Susan!

    • Hi Adrienne, They are very easy to make and oh so good. Give them a try and let me know how it went. 🙂

  • MK Slagel

    You always have the best recipes! This looks absolutely delicious! I pinned it to my Pinterest so I could reference it later!

    • It is amazingly good and oh so easy. I know you’ll love it when you make it. Please let me know when you do. 🙂

  • Michael Belk

    Susan I love tomatoes. This is a recipe I could do. I have eaten tomatoes by themselves.

    • These is the best, Michael. I make these all the time. I can’t keep them in the house when we have family visit or people over. They are a regular request. 🙂

  • glo

    They are in the oven now. I used fresh chopped basil and I chopped the garlic up and sprinkle on top like roasted veggies. I didn’t use any salt or pepper as I am going to serve them on a whole grain flat bread with basil pesto, shaved parmesan and Feta. Can’t wait ! Thanks so much for making this so easy.
    <3

    • Hi Glo, You’re so welcome. These are staple in our home. That sounds so good. I would love to hear how it all came out. These tomatoes are so versatile and can be use in many recipes or just for snacks. Enjoy. 🙂

  • My mouth is watering but I think in 5 hours my whole cylinder will run out of gas. I have thought about a solution, you can tell me if possible. Normally here I keep things outside in my kitchen that I want to dry and they dry in few days as temperature is very high. Can I cut, apply the ingredients and keep the tomatoes out to dry. I know they will dry but can this method work with this recipe?

  • I think you mean food dryer thermos processor.
    hmm, that can be easier.
    Thank you for always making the recipes to work for me.