Roasted Yellow Tomato Salsa Recipe with Cilantro
Roasted Tomatoes Make Fabulous Salsa.
How am I occupying my fevered little brain as we wait (not so patiently) for more house showings? How do I keep my spirits up as we start this selling process all over again? I dream up recipes. I lay in bed at 3 AM with visions of salsa in my head. I conjure excuses for roasting yellow tomatoes.
I imagine frittatas with leftover pasta.
Vanilla cupcakes with mocha icing.
Sorry to get all Chuck Palahniuk on ya (and I admit up front this isn't a feel good post; though the recipe is party worthy I am in no particular mood to dance). One thing I know for sure is, that beyond a certain age, it becomes startlingly clear. Every season marks a passage, one more season closer to your last. We've spent eight seasons trying to sell this place. Two years out here in high desert isolation. Two summers, two winters trying to shed a mortgage so we can move on. Be near the sea again. Live close to book stores, cafes and Farmer's Markets. Chuck is right on ownership.
What you own ends up owning you.
Karina's Roasted Yellow Tomato Salsa Recipe with Fresh Cilantro
In a roasting pan combine:
Toss to coat the veggies in olive oil. Roast in a preheated oven until the tomatoes are soft and sweet, about 25 to 30 minutes. I stirred the mix half way through roasting.