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Semi-dried cherry tomatoes

Semi-dried cherry tomatoes

Cook 1 hr 5 min 6 people

Sweet, savory and charmingly straightforward – our recipe for Semi-dried cherry tomatoes is the perfect response to dishes in need of something extra. Glossed in fresh herbs and olive oil, these baked tomatoes retain their moist interior while turning soft and supple on the outside. A delicate contrast to salads and meats.

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  • 8¾ ounces cherry tomatoes

Herb-infused oil

  • 3 garlic cloves
  • 2½ tbsp thyme leaves
  • ½ cup olive oil
  • 2 tsp sugar
  • ½ tsp coarse salt
  • pepper



1. Cut the cherry tomatoes in half, place them in a roasting pan with the cut side facing upwards and roast for approx. 2 hours at 210°F.

Herb-infused oil

2. For the herb-infused oil: Chop the garlic and thyme in a mini-chopper for about 30 secs. Add the oil and continue chopping for an additional 30 sec.

3. Sprinkle sugar, salt and pepper over the tomatoes, then drizzle with the herb infused oil. Bake the tomatoes in the middle of the oven.

Tips & tricks

These tomatoes taste delightful with mold cheeses, such as red mold cheese, as well as with semi-soft yellow cheeses. The tomatoes can be stored in the refrigerator for approx. 2 weeks. Place the tomatoes in a jar and cover with olive oil. You can also serve the tomatoes on bruschetta, in salads and with meat dishes. The oil is great for dipping bread.