How to store the sun dried tomatoes, useful and practical indications.

how to store the sun dried tomatoes

Sun dried tomatoes all methods of preservation

How to preserve the sun dried tomatoes, useful and practical indicationsHow to store dried tomatoes after drying them, let’s move on to conservation processes.

Dried tomatoes can be stored either in oil or “as such” in the refrigerator. It would be better to keep them in the fridge “as they are” and season them fresh from time to time.

How to store sun dried tomatoes “as they are”

After drying tomatoes in the sun, the best way to preserve them is to take advantage of the low temperatures of the refrigerator.

To keep them, use very small hermetic containers (so as to cram as little air as possible), or better still if they are bags for food with a zip that guarantees the hermetic closure.

 

How to store dried tomatoes in oil, procedure

For those who want to prepare the sun dried tomatoes in oil for a whole year and give the tomato a “stronger” taste, just follow this procedure:

1) Take a jar with an airtight lid
2) Immerse the sun dried tomatoes in water (93%) and vinegar (7%) of white wine in order to refine the taste and prevent bacterial growth and the onset of mold.
3) Drain the sun dried tomatoes that you had previously dipped and place them in the jar.
4) To enrich the sun dried tomatoes with aromas to taste: oregano, capers, garlic according to their tastes in order to flavor them.
5) Once the jar has been filled with the sun dried tomatoes and the aromas, cover with extra virgin olive oil to the brim.
6) Keep in a cool and dry place.
7) After the first 24 hours, check the oil level, add if necessary and store again in a cool and dry place.

Once you open the jar, always remember to check the oil level, and in case. add.

How to make stuffed sun dried tomatoes, procedure.


For those who want to prepare the jars of stuffed dried tomatoes in oil, just follow the previous procedure and in step 4 proceed as follows:
4) Take a dry tomato at a time, and roll up an anchovy (and / or other stuffing at your pleasure) inside and put the dried tomato rolled up inside the jar.
5) Once the jar has been filled with rolled dried tomatoes, cover with extra virgin olive oil to the brim.
6) Keep in a cool and dry place.
7) After the first 24 hours, check the oil level, add if necessary and store again in a cool and dry place.Once you open the jar, always remember to check the oil level, and in case. add.