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2 cups tomatoes (Cut in half, dehydrated halfway)
8 large whole fresh dates (pitted)
½ cup red onion (quartered)
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 tablespoon lemon Juice
½ tablespoon rosemary (dried)
½ tablespoon thyme (dried)
1 teaspoon coriander (ground into powder)
1 teaspoon paprika (dried)
½ teaspoon cayenne powder (dried)
1. Lay a ripe tomato on its side and cut in half. You will have half a top and half a bottom from each tomato.
2. Fill a dehydrator tray with the halves open face up. Run them until they are half done or maybe a little more. Do not completely dry! (This makes about 2 cups.)
3. Throw everything into the food processor and run until all chunks are completely gone. Be patient! It’s worth it.
Chriscarlton's ThoughtsBy chriscarlton
A true Southern treat. Thick, sweet, and tangy BBQ sauce.
Combine with my “Grilled Steak” recipe for an authentic BBQ beef experience that will fool a truck driver from Georgia.
The tomato preparation is everything for this to be perfect. You can add garlic or more cayenne if you like.
Also great on top of nut loaf.
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