Friday, August 5, 2011

Simple Slow-Roasted Tomatoes: French Fridays with Dorie



This week I actually got my recipe done before Friday!  On Tuesday, we made pistachio & mozzarella ravioli to go with our simple slow-roasted tomatoes.  This was a super-easy recipe ... just tomatoes sprinkled with salt, pepper, olive oil, and other herbs or seasonings of choice ... I chose to just use garlic.  My tomatoes roasted in the oven for about 3 hours and they made the house smell great!!

To see what other Doristas did with their simple slow-roasted tomatoes, go HERE.

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20 comments:

Susan said...

Great photo! I'll bet these tomatoes were perfect with ravioli!

Jessica of My Baking Heart said...

Beautiful photo - sounds like a perfect dinner! :)

Ei said...

I want to hear more about this pistachio and mozzarella ravioli!! YUM.

Elin said...

great pictures and you did a good job yourself...yea the whole house was filled with the strong aroma of garlic and rosemary wafting out from the oven...3 hours is a long time but thank God we managed to try this out :)

gaaarp said...

Your tomatoes look great! Yours got much more "sundried" looking than mine. I'll have to up the temp a bit next time. My oven cooks slow, and I usually increase the temp by about 20 degrees. I didn't this time, but maybe I should have.

franklyentertaining said...

Gorgeous photo! You need to post a link to the pistachio ravioli; sounds amazing.

Frolicking Night Owl said...

Since a few have asked ... the pistachio & mozzerella ravioli was purchased from Costco ... shhh! :) Look in the section by other pastas, cheeses, etc.

Frolicking Night Owl said...

P.S. We followed the instructions on the packaging for the ravioli ... after they were cooked, I tossed them with olive oil/butter and a little garlic ... no sauce needed!!

acookingmizer said...

your blog is so pretty!! pasta sounds great! I ate my toms in much too much of a hurry to make them last past tomorrow morning... if they make it that far!

Elaine said...

Your ravioli sounds so good and I bet these went perfectly with it!

Lizzy said...

I bet theses were amazing with your ravioli...beautiful photo!

Adriana said...

I would love to see the ravioli too! Your pictures are amazing and perfectly captured the simplicity and deliciousness of the tomatoes.

onewetfoot.com said...

That's a gorgeous photo! These tomatoes are so versatile, but pasta's probably one of the best choices for them.

tricia s. said...

Pistachio and mozz ravioli ? yes please ! Would love if you could share that recipe - french or not :) And that photo is STUNNING. Well done ! Nana and I just loved this recipe as well.

Cher said...

Lovely photo & the raviolli sounds really good...

Steph said...

Gorgeous photo! Would love to see the recipe for the ravioli too. Sounds sublime.

joe and stacy said...

What a beautiful photo! And I'm sure your house smelled amazing.

Kathy said...

Beautiful photo...very nice post. So sorry I missed this one..will be catching up thss week.

thingsfromscratch said...

We loved these too. The ravioli you made sounds wonderful!

yummychunklet said...

Love the look of your tomatoes! Fantastically roasted!

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