Cooking with Sun-Dried Tomatoes
Lois Dribin, Denise Marina & Susan Ivankovich
You're in for a truly rare and exciting treat. Join the many creative cooks the world over who are discovering sun-dried tomatoes.
Sun-dried tomatoes developed in the Mediterranean long ago when sun-drying fruits and vegetables was a necessary means of preservation. The process yielded a brilliant deep-red color with a robust flavor. Distinctive and versatile, this indispensable culinary staple enhances an endless array of dishes from simple to elegant.
"Cooking with Sun-Dried Tomatoes" has over 75 new, imaginative recipes highlighting the extraordinary powers of this old-world staple. To take advantage of your own garden-fresh harvests, there are easy directions for making your own sun-dried tomatoes.
Enjoy simple, create-style cooking for elegant pasts to mouthwatering main dishes. Try scrumptious Italian Stuffed Artichokes, Tortellini Salad, Shrimp Primavera or Chicken Marsala.
Coking with Sun-Dried Tomatoes will add a whole new dimension to the art of your cooking.