Thursday, August 28, 2008

How to Dry Tomatoes

Wash Tomatoes

Cut Tomatoes



Place Tomatoes on Drying Rack


Start the Dehydrator.
The process can take up to 24 hours to complete.
Depending on weather conditions, and moisture level of what you are drying.
Remember to rotate the trays and flip tomato pieces as needed.



The finished Product!


7 comments:

Deb said...

Hi Carolyn, I love dried tomatoes, only one thing I don't have the machine, did it cost a lot. I would love to dry some fruit and veggies to snack on. Deb

Susie Q said...

I love dried tomatos and love to put them in many things. I have always thought about getting a dehydrator...it would be wonderful to have.

Love,
Sue

MeadowLark said...

Do you like that dehydrator? I've heard good and bad things about so many that I've kind of gotten stymied and now have NOTHING.

What are the pros/cons and what unit is it exactly?

Amanda said...

Good post! I recently got a dehydrator used off Craigslist, and have big plans for it once my tomatoes start rolling in. You make everything look easy.

RazorFamilyFarms.com said...

Oh, I wish I had a dehydrator! I am so envious!!!!

My husband has promised me one. Perhaps I'll get it for Christmas. We shall see!

Love your blog!

Blessings!
Lacy

RazorFamilyFarms.com

CJ, the Purple Diva said...

I'm linking this today! Did you see I had a WEEK of post about tomatoes? I LOVE TOMATOES!

marci357 said...

I got my Harvest Maid dedydrator at a garage sale for $10 and have used it for over 12 years now. It's the best!