Simply Sensational Sun-Dried Tomatoes

Coss, Linda
March 2006
Home Cooking;Mar2006, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p46
The article offers information on sun-dried tomatoes as an addition to cooking repertoire. Sun-dried tomatoes are increasingly being considered by cooks because of their intense flavor. They can be added in meat, poultry, fish rice, pasta, potatoes, salads and eggs. Sun-dried tomatoes have the same nutritional value as the fresh tomatoes. They are rich in Lycopene and vitamin C and low in sodium and fat. This article then offers several recipes for sun-dried tomatoes. INSETS: Add Flavor to Almost Any Dish;How to Store Sun-Dried Tomatoes;Did You Know?.


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