Large jar of Sun Dried Tomatoes in Oil - Ideas Please
Another thread inspired jfood to ask this one.
He has a largish bottle of sun drieds in the fridge and stares at it a lot. He just cannot get his arms around ideas on how to use.
Any ideas from the great minds of the HC Board?
Jamie Oliver has an interesting chilli recipe that uses SD Tomatoes. Probably worth trying, I've read some good reviews of this dish, although I haven't tried it myself. When I worked at a restaurant we used to add a few finely chopped sundried tomatoes to vegetables for roasting and to risotto bases - adds a lovely savoury note and richness. I love them in my tuna and rice salad, which is with lots of mediterranean vegetables, some fresh herbs and a light vinaigrette dressing.
This chicken recipe calls for red pepper, but I have subbed in sun dried tomatoes. And I use more than 2 Tbsp.
Or if you are entertaining in the near future, there's this torta. Made it for July 4th. Not sure I loved it, but my guests all did.
Make a vinaigrette. Put the tomatoes plus some/all of their oil into a mini food processor with a little dijon, lemon juice, and shredded parmesan. Process for a few seconds and voila!
I recently made a nice dip to go with soft grilled pita breads - four or so SD tomatoes, a chunk of feta, 2 or 3 roasted red peppers, some dried oregano, a drizzle of olive oil, whizzed up in the food processor. Very yummy.
And I often do a SD tomato salad dressing, as W to the N suggests.
I also sliver them and add them to many pasta sauces.