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Can green tomatoes be sundried?
Both green and ripe tomatoes may be dehydrated, although only round slicing tomatoes are recommended for dried green tomatoes. Low-acid varieties, however, turn black and should not be dehydrated unless puréed, mixed with a little vinegar or lemon juice, and dried as a leather.
What can I do with a load of green tomatoes?
Can tomatoes be too green to fry?
So many questions about green tomatoes!
The acidic green tomatoes mellow out when cooked and the firm to the point of being crunchy texture softens but doesn't turn to mush. Are fried green tomatoes just unripe tomatoes? Yes, green tomatoes are just regular tomatoes that have not yet matured on the vine.
How do you can whole green tomatoes?
Layer them into your sterilized canning jars. Pour boiling water over your green tomatoes, leaving 1/2-inch of headspace. Affix your lids and rings and process in a boiling water bath for 35 minutes for pints and 45 for quarts.
Can I use green tomatoes instead of tomatillos?
Green tomatoes can take the place of tomatillos in a variety of recipes from breads to soups and sauces. Green tomato salsa uses 3 cups of green tomatoes blended together with onions, garlic, cilantro and peppers and plenty of freshly squeezed lime juice.
What are fried green tomatoes made from?
In the phrase “fried green tomatoes,” green refers to unripe tomatoes—tomatoes plucked from the vine before they've matured to the point of turning soft and red.