Tomato Dehydrated with Pink Salt Fast2eat Recipe You are here: Home / Blog / Tomato Dehydrated with Pink Salt Fast2eat Recipe December 1, 2017 Categories: Dips & Spreads, Salads Tags: Basil, Bocconcini, Dehydrated, Herbs, Himalayan pink salt, Olive Oil, Oregano, Pesto, Pink Salt, Savory, Tomato It looks like a simple salad. But soon in the first slice, you will find that it is the best tomato you have ever tasted. It’s perfect to eat with toast, breads, crackers, salads, pasta, goat cheese, bocconcini… you name it. Print Recipe Tomato Dehydrated with Pink Salt Fast2eat Recipe The secret is in the dehydration, made with Himalayan pink salt, and also the combination of the Bocconcini in pesto sauce with the savory. Course Appetizers & Starters, Side Dish Prep Time 10 minutes Passive Time 24 hours Servings people Ingredients 6 Tomato Roma or any good, ripe tomatoHimalayan pink saltBasil pesto sauceMini bocconcini (baby mozzarella balls)Olive oilSavoryBasilOregano Course Appetizers & Starters, Side Dish Prep Time 10 minutes Passive Time 24 hours Servings people Ingredients 6 Tomato Roma or any good, ripe tomatoHimalayan pink saltBasil pesto sauceMini bocconcini (baby mozzarella balls)Olive oilSavoryBasilOregano Instructions Wash all whole tomatoes thoroughly under clean, running water. Cut them into thin slices using this Holder (it is so helpful to cut the tomatoes). I remove the seeds and gelatinous pulp, but it's up to you. Transfer the tomato slices to a Strainer in layers. Splashing the Himalayan Pink Salt into the tomato evenly in each layer. All slices should be with some pink salt. Place theStrainer over a deep Bowl. Leave in the oven (the oven must be OFF and room temperature) for 24 hours. Drain the bocconcini. And using this Egg Slicer Tool cut the Bocconcini cheese and put in an Airtight Glass Container and pour on the Basil Pesto Sauce. After 24 hours, remove the tomatoes from the oven and drain the water from the bowl. In a Glass serving platter, arrange the tomato and bocconcini slices, and drizzle with pesto and olive oil and your favorite herbs. My suggestion is Basil leaves, oregano and Savory. Recipe Notes I suggest using Roma or plum tomatoes because they have thicker flesh with fewer seeds and less juice than regular tomatoes, but feel free to use any tomato for this recipe. You can add another fresh hardy herbs such as oregano, sage, thyme, rosemary…as desired This is an original and exclusive recipe, therefore you won't find it or any similar one anywhere else. Hungry for more? A new post every Friday. Once you make any of my recipes, I would love to see your creations, so please let me know! Leave a comment below, take a photo and tag it on your preferred Social Media with hashtag #Fast2eat. All text and photographs on Fast2eat are copyright protected. You are welcome to share my recipes and photos through social media as long as you prominently link back to the original post. You do not need to ask my permission to link to content published here but you DO need my permission to publish my recipes and photos. Please do not use any material from this site without obtaining prior permission. If you'd like to post this recipe on your site, please link back to this post. And remember, when you adapt my recipe please acknowledge the source with “adapted from…” to designate the source (link) of my recipe. Thanks for reading and sharing. Got a question and/or feedback? Please leave a public comment here. That way, other readers will be able to see the answers to your question and/or will benefit from your feedback. Scroll down and you will find the comment form. Comments are checked on a near-daily basis Monday through Friday and answered as soon as possible. Please don’t email me with recipe questions or feedback. I can’t keep up with them! I look forward to hearing from you in the comments. Do you own or manage a restaurant and wants dinners also save time eating in your restaurant? You’re more than welcome to check out Fast2eat benefits for restaurant owners and request a Fast2eat demo now. Looking forward to hearing from you. Get in Touch! Please contact me here or comment below! Disclosure: Fast2eat is an Amazon Affiliate, which simply means that if you make a purchase through these links, I will earn a very small commission at no additional cost to you! It will help me keep the blog operating with new Fast and easy recipes for you.