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Datterini Tomato Confit

natooraThis recipe for Datterini Tomato Confit has been reproduced courtesy of Natoora -

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Datterini Tomato ConfitOur datterini tomatoes are perfectly sweet. Bring out their intense flavours with this fantastic confit . . .

Ingredients for Datterini Tomato Confit

Datterini Tomatoes
Garlic Cloves, unpeeled and lightly crushed
Zest of Lemon or Orange, grated
Extra Virgin Olive Oil

How to make Datterini Tomato Confit

  • Wash the tomatoes thoroughly and dry them.
  • Cut in half lengthways, leave to drain in a pasta drainer for them to lose any excess water.
  • Lay 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.
  • Cook for about 2 hours on a very low heat (80*C).
  • Remove from the tray, dress with more extra virgin olive oil if liked.
  • Enjoy on your favourite pasta, hot or cold, on bruschetta, salads or as a side in a charcuterie platter.

At this time of the year, we would also pair them with goat’s cheese.


Published with permission of Natoora