- add to frozen or homemade pizza
- stir into pasta
- add to homemade chili, soup, or jambalaya
- thaw & mix into scrambled eggs, breakfast muffins, a frittata or quiche
- thaw & smear onto toast with goat cheese or feta + a drizzle of olive oil
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- If you want the tomatoes to retain more of their juice, pull them out after 20-30 minutes in the oven.
- Don't have fresh herbs around? Dried herbs will work, just use a smaller amount since they're more concentrated.
- This is an excellent way to preserve fresh tomatoes for the fall and winter. Roasting concentrates the flavor, and you can simply freeze them in a flat layer, then store until you're ready to use them on pizza, or in chili, pasta, and soups.
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What's your favorite way to fix fresh tomatoes in recipes and preserve them for cooler months?
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