Don't despair if your cherry tomato plants are poppin' off and you've eaten so many cherry tomatoes in the past few weeks that you're about to tap out. I have a simple solution - dehydrate them for later use!
- Ally @ cravethegood.com
All you need is fresh cherry or grape tomatoes, whether from the store or straight out of the garden.
Wash all dirt and debris from tomatoes and slice in half.
Place halved tomatoes on dehydrator trays skin side down to speed drying.
Place prepared tomato filled racks into dehydrator and dehydrate until dry.
Cool the tomatoes at room temperature for 30-45 minutes before transferring to a clean airtight container for storage.
To condition your dehydrated tomatoes for the first week of storage.