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How to catch the "golden apples"

In Italy tomatoes are called pomodoro which means apples of gold. If you're blessed by a lot of tomatoes you can catch the "gold" and keep it for winter days, when you long for the summer

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My greenhouse collapsed last year - but I bought 12 kg fresh Danish tomatoes

My greenhouse collapsed last year - but I bought 12 kg fresh Danish tomatoes

Rinse

Rinse

Cut into halves. Sprinkle with salt & pepper

Cut into halves. Sprinkle with salt & pepper

Put in the oven - 1-2 hours at 110 C / 225 F

Put in the oven - 1-2 hours at 110 C / 225 F

Yummiest - concentrated tomato flavour

Yummiest - concentrated tomato flavour

Put tomatoes in jars

Put tomatoes in jars

Topping up the jars with garlic, basil thyme and optionally chilli and other of your favourite herbs. Looking good ? \ud83d\ude0d

Topping up the jars with garlic, basil thyme and optionally chilli and other of your favourite herbs. Looking good ? 😍

Put the jars in the oven for 2 hours at 110 C / 225 F. When boiling jars with content all bacteria are killed and the tomatoes will last for a long time in your cabinet afterwards

Put the jars in the oven for 2 hours at 110 C / 225 F. When boiling jars with content all bacteria are killed and the tomatoes will last for a long time in your cabinet afterwards

If you use a screw cap close it completely as you turn off the oven and let the jars cool down with closed lids

Now we can survive the long cold Danish winter \ud83d\ude01\ud83d\udca8\ud83c\udfbf

Now we can survive the long cold Danish winter 😁💨🎿

  • Tomatoes
  • Olive oil
  • Garlic
  • Basil