Since powdering dried tomatoes for the first time last year, I am continually amazed at the brightly intense tomato flavor that tomato powder imparts. Take this vinaigrette for instance. A freshly assembled vinaigrette is always wonderful but add tomato powder and you suddenly have the taste of summer bursting from the bottle. (Read more about tomato powder here.)
Use this dressing over a fresh salad, over roasted or steamed vegetables, over cooked grains or leftover pasta, or over a pita sandwich.
Take one taste and your creative food genius will take over!
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This sounds really yummy. I really should grind up my dried tomatoes so I can do things like this spur of the moment.
The ingredient list shows 1/4 freshly squeezed lemon juice or
white wine vinegar. Should this be 1/4 tsp,1/4 cup or juice of 1/4 of a lemon?