Seasonal Roasted Tomato Sauce
By Mele Cotte on July 13, 2011
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[Editor's Note: Summer tomatoes are about to reach their peak, and I love turning them into sauce that lasts into the dark days of winter. I am a big fan of roasting them in the oven to deepen their flavor before I puree them, so I was drawn to this recipe from Mele Cotte, which highlights the seasonal deliciousness of vine-ripe tomatoes. --Genie]
Oven Roasted Vine-Ripened Tomato Sauce
To initiate my tomato adventures, I made a tomato sauce to use with gluten-free quinoa pasta I bought to try. I went a different direction from my usual sauce, the one I learned from my mom. The fresh tomatoes voided the use of canned whole tomatoes and, rather than cook the sauce on the stove top, I decided to try oven roasted. The oven allowed me to prep, bake, and get to my to do list while the tomatoes roasted.
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