An essential ingredient in all of your everyday recipes. Thicken sauces and add a burst of super rich tomato flavor.
Tomato Paste - The Delallo Difference
An essential ingredient in a myriad of everyday recipes, tomato paste is a thick, rich tomato concentrate with the seeds and skins removed. Made in the U.S.A., DeLallo Tomato Paste is an all-natural double concentrate crafted with only the best sun-ripened California tomatoes picked at the peak of ripeness. Just a small amount of tomato paste adds a sunny, rich burst of tomato flavor to sauces, soups, stews, marinades—you name it. Its low water content gives it a super thick consistency, making it a flavorful way to thicken sauces.
Tomato Paste You Can Buy
A little bit of tomato paste goes a long way. Because of this, you can buy tomato paste in a small can or a convenient tube. DeLallo Tomato Paste Tube is a great ingredient to have on-hand. Whether you need a lot of tomato flavor or a small amount, simply squeeze out what you need and keep in the refrigerator.
Tomato Paste Tube
Tomato Paste Can
Tomato Paste Is An Affordable And Super Versatile Pantry Staple. Here's What To Do With It.
Ever wonder what to do with your can of tomato paste? Sometimes a recipe calls for just a couple of spoonfuls, leaving more left in the can. While tomato paste is best known as an ingredient in homemade pasta sauces, this super thick, ultra rich tomato concentrate is a flavorful addition to a myriad of kitchen creations. Because it is a double concentrate, just a small amount is like adding a lot of tomatoes to your recipe with minimal water content. Add tomato paste to barbecue sauces for a bright, tangy kick. Use it in Bloody Marys and other savory brunch-themed cocktails. Create tomato-based vinaigrettes, marinades and stews. Bring that rich tomato flavor to soups and chili recipes. The possibilities are endless!
Tomato Paste: Frequently Asked Questions
What’s The Difference Between Tomato Paste And Tomato Sauce?
Both tomato sauce and tomato paste are concentrated tomato products with a low water content. While they are both super rich and flavorful tomato products, tomato paste owns a thicker consistency. Tomato sauce, on the other hand, is of a pourable consistency. Adding tomato paste to a sauce is also a great way to thicken it up.
What’s The Difference Between Tomato Paste And Tomato Puree?
Tomato paste and tomato purée are both canned tomato products with many uses in the kitchen, but very different in how they are made and what they can add to your recipes. Tomato purée is an uncooked tomato product that has been strained of skins and seeds. It is pourable in consistency and is used to add fresh tomato flavor. Tomato paste is a concentrated product—imagine lots of tomatoes packed into a tiny can. Just a small amount of tomato paste adds a lot of flavor to your dishes.
Can I Freeze Tomato Paste?
Yes, you can freeze tomato paste. There are plenty of ways to freeze extra tomato paste, but we suggest doing it in tablespoon-sized servings. Using a small scoop or tablespoon, scoop out the tomato paste onto a parchment-lined baking sheet to freeze. Once frozen, store the tomato paste portions in an air-tight container or bag. Take out a tablespoon or two when you need an extra tomato-y boost in your recipes.
What Are The Best Tomato Paste Substitutes?
If you realize you are out of tomato paste, there are some substitutes you can find in your kitchen. The best substitute for tomato paste is tomato sauce. Believe it or not, another great tomato paste substitute is ketchup. It is thick and flavorful. Tomato purée can also be used, but it will require about a 3-to-1 ratio of tomato purée to tomato paste (i.e. 3 tablespoons of tomato purée is equal to 1 tablespoon of tomato paste.)
Can I Convert Tomato Sauce Into Tomato Paste?
If you have tomato sauce, you can cook it down to create a concentrated tomato paste. To create tomato paste from tomato sauce, simmer the sauce in a pot for 8-10 minutes, stirring continuously, until it is reduced by half.
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