recipe for Datterini Tomato Confit has been reproduced
courtesy of Natoora
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datterini tomatoes are perfectly sweet. Bring out their
intense flavours with this fantastic confit . . .
for Datterini Tomato Confit
Garlic Cloves, unpeeled and lightly crushed
Zest of Lemon or Orange, grated
Extra Virgin Olive Oil
to make Datterini Tomato Confit
the tomatoes thoroughly and dry them.
in half lengthways, leave to drain in a pasta drainer
for them to lose any excess water.
them on a baking tray covered in baking paper, season
with salt and a little pepper, very little sugar and
your favourite herbs. We like this recipe with thyme,
garlic and a little lemon or orange zest.
for about 2 hours on a very low heat (80*C).
from the tray, dress with more extra virgin olive
oil if liked.
on your favourite pasta, hot or cold, on bruschetta,
salads or as a side in a charcuterie platter.
this time of the year, we would also pair them with
with permission of Natoora