Confit tomatoes with garlic and herbs


Confit tomatoes with herbs and garlic
Confit tomatoes with herbs and garlic

Confit tomatoes gives you two wonderful things that you’ve done them. 

Absolutely amazing good tasty tomatoes with a lovely herb and garlic flavor. Soft and smooth that melts on the tongue. 

The oil you get after you’re done, have got a wonderful flavor of roasted tomatoes, thyme and garlic. Perfect dipping good bread into or in cooking as a seasoning.

Confit tomatoes with garlic and herbs
1 box Cocktail tomatoes
2 peeled, split garlic cloves
1 tsp thyme
1 tsp salt flakes
olive oil
Rinse the tomatoes. Cut a cross in them and place in an ovenproof dish.
Sprinkle with spices and garlic. Turn on olive oil so the tomatoes covered.
Set the oven at 200c for about 30 minutes. Remove and let cool.

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20 Comments Add yours

  1. Laura says:

    Looks amazing! I bet the herbs on the tomatoes almost caramelize! My stomach is growling!

    1. Dinner Bank says:

      Yess you are so right 🙂 They did and now they tast fantastic! Perfect with pasta or a steak or just with a pice of a nice bread 🙂 Yummi yummi…. I think I have to go and try them again 😉

  2. I was just about to go on an olive oil tasting and am so excited to have found this recipe. I may have to get a nice oil to make this with!

    1. Dinner Bank says:

      Great! 🙂 Sounds like you are going to have lots of fun there. 🙂 I have never done that but I would love to go to one, one day… Im sure you find something that you will like and togather with recipe… It will become magic! 🙂

      1. I know this sounds a little pretentious, but I love olive oil tastings, they are a lot of fun. You can do your own either at home or if you have a kitchen store near you that has various oils to taste. In order to taste the oil, you rub some on your lips and lick with just the tip of your tongue. As you do that, slurp in (like you were slurping soup from a spoon) and breathe in the aroma of the oil. Then curl your lip in and lick it and swallow. Good oil will feel smooth as it glides down the throat, cheaper oil will have a less aromatic flavor and will feel almost sticky to the back of your throat.
        You can do this with all kinds of oils and find really yummy ones that are great for dipping or cooking.

      2. Dinner Bank says:

        I have to try this 🙂 Sounds both fun and very usefull as you find your own favorites. 🙂 Love that a lot 🙂 Thank you so very much for telling me how to do it 🙂 Had no ideas at all. 🙂

  3. daveweeks says:

    This looks amazing. Do you pretty much have to use the oil that meal, or can you cool it, put it in a jar, and enjoy it over several meals by reheating what you need? I love tomatoes and garlic, but the idea of the flavor infused oil with some homemade bread would almost be the compelling reason to make this.

    1. Dinner Bank says:

      Thanks 🙂 You can keep the oil in a cool place and use it many times, later on. 🙂 As you love garlic and tomatoes I am sure you will love this dish 🙂

  4. LFFL says:

    Those look wonderful! I’d love some of those tomatoes and garlic makes anything taste good.

    1. Dinner Bank says:

      Thanks 🙂 Yes they tast fantastic and I cant stop eating them. hihi 🙂

  5. M. R. says:

    Oh, roasted tomatoes! – nuffink like ’em!

    1. Dinner Bank says:

      Thanks 🙂 Try them you will love them 🙂

  6. Jhuls says:

    Just… mouthwatering!!! 😀

    1. Dinner Bank says:

      Thanks 🙂 It is for sure 🙂

      1. Jhuls says:

        Enjoy the rest of the weekend! xx

      2. Dinner Bank says:

        You too and take care 🙂 Wish you a easy week to come 🙂

      3. Jhuls says:

        Same to you! 😉

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