Has anyone done sundried tomatoes in oil that can be kept on the shelf and not refrigerated. I have been drying my plum tomatoes in the oven - basted with herbs, garlic and olive oil - and they are wonderful - even if I say so myself
I gather that they can be kept in oil but have to be refrigerated. I've checked the net, and nobody seems to leave them on the shelf. I'm presuming it's because they haven't been processed? Anyone know? Has anyone processed with oil before??
Obviously you can buy sundried tomatoes in glass jars from the supermarket, so there must be a way to do it. I really quite fancy having mine up on display in my kitchen - and not have to put them in the fridge - where the oil goes cloudy anyway.