Pantry Skill – Roasted Tomatoes

Roasted tomatoes are an easy pantry skill to master. Roasting fresh tomatoes concentrates their delicious flavor making salads, hummus, pasta & sandwiches pop!

Tomatoes are a rich source of vitamins like vitamin C and antioxidants including lycopene. Including them in your diet can protect against some types of cancer, maintain healthy blood pressure and help the eyes and skin stay healthy.

Roasted Tomatoes

Ingredients:

Fresh Tomatoes

Olive Oil

Salt & Pepper

  1. Wash hands with warm soapy water.

  2. Collect ingredients.

  3. Adjust oven rack to top position and preheat to 400 F.

  4. Wash and dry tomatoes.

  5. Cut the tomatoes into ½-inch-thick wedges.

  6. Arrange tomato wedges, skin side down on a baking sheet lined with foil. Leave and inch or two of space between the wedges.

  7. Drizzle with olive oil and season with salt, pepper.

  8. Roast on top rack until softened and wrinkly, about 20-25 minutes.

Store up to a week in a sealed container in the fridge.

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