How to Forking Peel and Concentrate Tomatoes Recipe

Peeled and Concentrated Tomato

Peeled and Concentrated Tomato

Peeling a tomato is very easy and anyone can do this quickly. Concentrating a tomato is also easy but it takes all day.

Anyone can make peeled tomatoes- Put a sauce pot on and bring it up to boil.

Drop your tomato or tomatoes in the boiling water. No matter what size the tomatoes are they will need very little time in the boiling water. About 1/2 a minute or a little less is all any tomato will take. Be careful not to cook them too long or the tomatoes can get mushy. Remove the tomato(s) with a slotted spoon and put them in an ice-bath.

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Cut a not too deep “X” on the bottom of your tomato and also remove the core.

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After the ice bath the skin comes off very easily.

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Now you might have a bunch of peeled tomatoes.

Many dishes would be elevated if you concentrate the tomatoes.

To concentrate tomatoes –

Cut the tomatoes into thirds, place the tomato slices on sheet trays and drizzle with extra virgin olive oil. (unless you want to stop and de-seed first)

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Put in a 250 degree oven F . The time will vary with the size and moisture of your tomatoes. They usually take 5-7 hours.

The above 4 quarter pans of tomatoes cooked down to 2 quarter pans when I was finished.

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These are great for many of your recipes and fish.

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