Sun-Dried Tomato Powder
It all starts with tomatoes grown with care and expertise by a network of farmers in the Aegean region of Turkey. The tomatoes are picked from the field, washed, sliced in half, then laid out to dry in the sun on wide sheets before they’re ground into this zingy fine powder. Fun fact: These tomatoes aren't as sweet as the tomatoes that you'd typically pick up at the market. Sweeter tomatoes produce a clumpy, sticky powder, while these babies have a tangy kick to amp up umami.
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Burlap & Barrel
This direct trade spice company is a public benefit corporation that works directly with smallholder farmers producing spices biodynamically and organically using traditional techniques. The incredible quality of their spices has been lauded in the New York Times, Food & Wine, and CBS News, among others.Shop Brand
How to use
Sprinkle over sliced tomatoes (try it), focaccias and pizzas. For tomato paste, go for a 2:1 ratio of powder to water. For tomato sauce, a 1:6 ratio of powder to water. Pairs well with Wild Mountain Cumin, Smoked Pimentón Paprika, and Cured Sumac.
What People Are Saying
- chicken marinades
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I combined this with your bay , and black lime for a rub on my pork. So good
This sun-dried tomato powder is the seasoning that I never knew I needed. Now I don’t know what I’d do without it! I add it to grilled chicken marinades, homemade mac n’ cheese, soups, and anything else that could use a good, earthy, and fresh kick of umami. I highly recommend this to anyone who likes to experiment with flavors.