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Coarse Diced Organic Sun-Dried Tomatoes

Coarse Diced Sun-Dried Tomatoes are vine-ripened tomatoes that have been halved and dried, then cut into 1/4 inch dices. These certified organic tomatoes contain no other ingredients, not even salt!

  • Ripe tomatoes picked, sliced and dried to preserve their sun-drenched flavor
  • May be slightly chewy unless cooked or rehydrated
  • Coarsely diced into pieces about 1/4 inch across
  • Certified organic to the specifications of the USDA National Organic Program
  • D'allesandro
    Price: $156.75
    $1.96 / Ounce

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    Suggested uses

  • Great as a condiment, a base for sauces or even as a colorful, flavorful garnish
  • Sun-Dried Tomatoes also add an intense burst of sweet tomato flavor when mixed into dough, bread, or crusts
  • Easily add to soups, spreads, pizzas or dressings
  • Basic prep

    For use in preparations where they will not be cooked, blanch Sun-Dried Tomatoes for 30 seconds in boiling water to bring out their flavor and soften their texture.

    Storage & handling

    Store in a dry, cool place.


    Organic Sun Dried Tomatoes.

    Our Coarse Diced Organic Sun-Dried Tomatoes are simply made; they’re vine ripe organic tomatoes that are sliced and dried without anything added. The drying process helps our Sun-Dried Tomatoes capture and intensify all the great, summery flavors of fully ripe, fresh tomatoes. Sun-Dried Tomatoes may tend to be slightly sweeter than fresh tomatoes as well as the drying process concentrates their natural flavors.
    Once dried, they range from rich brick-red to deep red-brown in color. These tomatoes have been diced into coarse pieces about 1/4 inch across. The larger pieces are sometimes a bit crisp along the edges, and tend to be dense and chewy unless rehydrated first.
    Tomatoes have been cultivated for thousands of years by the indigenous peoples of the Andes Mountains. Over time the practice of growing tomatoes for consumption travelled north through Central America and into what is now Mexico and the Southwestern U.S. states. In fact, the word "tomato" is thought to come from “xitomatl,” the word used for the Aztecs used for the fruit. During the 16th and 17th centuries, Spanish and Portuguese explorers and colonialists brought tomato seeds to Europe. From Europe tomato cultivation spread throughout the rest of the world until it found a role in almost every major culinary culture.

    Classic recipe

    Tomato Preserves

    The tomatoes natural sweetness is often overlooked when considering the potential of these ubiquitous fruits. Our sun-dried tomatoes are dried slowly to capture their peak flavor and tangy bite. Use this compote on sandwiches or top steaks and seafood.