Dried Cherry Tomatoes & Goat Cheese

Dried Cherry Tomatoes & Goat Cheese In An Olive Oil Recipe

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Dried Cherry Tomatoes & Goat Cheese in an olive oil is a recipe I’ve recently prepared for the first time, but it also quickly became a hit number one recipe when it comes to recipes I make at my kitchen.

Dried Cherry Tomatoes & Goat Cheese

Just as I looked at the jar full of such great tastes, I myself immediately felt hungry.

The preparation of such kind of a salad won’t take much of your time, except for tomato drying that usually takes an hour and 15 minutes.

The recipe I am presenting to you today serves for only one jar dried cherry tomatoes & goat cheese combination.

Ingredients:

Around 40 cherry tomatoes

Around 100 gr. goat cheese

4-5 cloves of garlic

Some basil leaves

Some wild thyme

Salt

Peppercorns

Olive oil

Preparation:

Dried Cherry Tomatoes & Goat Cheese

First, wash cherry tomatoes, and put aside to strain well.

Cut cherry tomatoes into two halves, and put onto a baking tray, paper or aluminum foil.

Preheat oven at a temperature of 50 C, and put tomatoes inside to dry for approximately 15-20 minutes.

Then, increase temperature at 100 C, and keep drying for an additional hour.

In meanwhile, chop goat cheese into small cubes.

Put cherry tomatoes into a jar when they are already dried. Make one row of cherry tomatoes, then a row of finely cut garlic, then put the goat cheese, and finally put the herbs that are added as an additional spices.

Arrange the jar following this order, until the whole quantity is over.

Pour the olive oil into the jar, and shut jar lid well.

If you managed to resist opening the jar of cherry tomatoes in the following 5-6 days, than you’ve surely succeeded to prepare the recipe completely, since cherry tomatoes require several days to be kept closed.

Dried Cherry Tomatoes & Goat Cheese

 

Cherry tomatoes can be served as an addition to meat, or simply as a salad with many dishes.

Can you imagine the taste of a goat cheese that had absorbed some of the juice both cherry tomatoes and herbs produce?

I am quite sure you can!

Bon appétit!

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