12/12/11

Extravagonzo Gourmet Vinegars - Dried Tomato Recipe - Review

I knew I would love Extravagonzo NEW Balsamic Vinegars, because I already love their Olive Oils. I prefer to buy gourmet oils and vinegars because it's a tiny splurge in my tight budget and it makes a huge difference in the foods I serve. I found and modified a Dried Tomato Recipe so I could try the Extravagonzo vinegar.
You will need six Roma tomatoes, shaker of salt, 4 tbsp Extravagonzo Classic Dark Balsamic Vinegar, and 2 tbsp Extravagonzo Red Chili Extra Virgin Olive Oil. First, slice the tomatoes in half longwise and lay them on a baking sheet, center up.
Preheat your oven to 315 degrees F. Then lightly brush the top of each tomato with the 2 tbsp Extravagonzo Red Chili Extra Virgin Olive Oil, then sprinkle each with salt.
 Take 2 tbsp of Extravagonzo Classic Dark Balsamic Vinegar and lightly dab the vinegar on top of each tomato. Place in oven for one hour, basting tomatoes every 15 minutes with the remaining 2 tbsp of Extravagonzo Classic Dark Balsamic Vinegar.
Serve warm. 6-8 servings. Deliciously tangy roasted tomato flavor! My husband said it's the first time he ever ate anything with vinegar that he didn't hate. I think that means he likes it. He did eat everything on his plate! I like them too and I'm usually not one for cooked tomatoes. I'm now off to find a recipe for the Classic White Balsamic Vinegar! Got any delicious suggestions?
Disclosure: I received these products at no charge in exchange for my honest review.

35 comments:

  1. The Roasted Garlic infused olive oil is, well, just the finest garlic olive oil product on the planet.

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  2. Rachel Miller12/12/11, 1:39 PM

    I learned about their Red Chili Infused Culinary Oil...this sounds so good!!

    -rachelm59@yahoo.com

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  3. Those tomatoes looks delicious!

    They offer discounts for bulk purchases!

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  4. I learned that Extravagonzo oils contain no flavorings, essential oils, or extracts.

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  5. I learned Extravagonzo oils are the real deal – no flavorings, essential oils, or extracts

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  6. following on Google+(Lori Thomas)

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  7. Linda Sanders12/12/11, 2:12 PM

    I learned they have some really great recipes.

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  8. I've never seen light balsamic vinegar. The blood orange oil sounds delicious. The tomatoes look like they are done to perfection.

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  9. The tomatoes look delicious! This is the kind of thing my whole family would eat, thanks for the giveaway!

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  10. it looks great thanks.

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  11. no flavorings or added extracts

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  12. I learned that EVOO possibly helps reduce the risk of heart disease
    sheshult@Hotmail.com

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  13. Potentially reduces the incidence of colon cancer

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  14. I love all of their recipes.

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  15. Those look delish!!! They would go nice with a nice piece of french bread and some wine. Yummy!!

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  16. Linda Taylor12/12/11, 10:05 PM

    I learned EEOV is a healthy oil
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  17. I learned that it provides antioxidant/anti-inflammatory properties.

    beh2351@frontier.com

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  18. My husband, the chef, would love if I won this!!

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  19. I obviously can't read directions!! Extravagonzo products have no flavorings, essential oils, or extracts!!

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  20. The 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans key recommendation is to use olive oil in place of solid fats whenever possible. In addition, since Extravagonzo Culinary Olive Oils are 20% grapeseed oil, they are a great choice for cooking.

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  21. all natural, no flavorings or added extracts


    jmcghee2024@yahoo.com

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  22. There are no flavorings, essential oils, or extracts used.

    jandplee at att dot net

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  23. I learned that the dried Red Chili is soaked in the EVOO for up to 60 days until both flavor and color are absorbed
    alsmalu at hotmail.com

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  24. I learned that these can be drizzled on steaks, fresh fruit or ice cream...yes, ice cream!
    bethelderton59 at gmail dot com

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  25. I learned that Extravagonzo Culinary Olive Oils are 20% grapeseed oil, which makes them a great choice for cooking.

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  26. Balsamic Vinegars from Modena, Italy.

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  27. it provides antioxidant/anti-inflammatory properties

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  28. I learned that their oils contain no flavorings, essential oils, or extracts. - (emscout9 at Hotmail dot com)

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  29. They use only the finest quality ingredients – first cold pressed evoo, gso, real citrus fruit, and red chilis.
    sarahandmike@hellokitty.com

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  30. I am surprised to learn that this is no flavorings, essential oils, or extracts in their oil.

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  31. i heard it provides antioxidant/anti-inflammatory properties with no artificials flavors i would to try them :o)

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  32. No added extracts. Lots of great combinations.

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  33. I learned that EVOO possibly helps reduce the risk of heart disease

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