DeLallo Tomato Sauces are made with sun-ripened California tomatoes that are picked at their peak and packed fresh to capture that bright and rich tomato flavor.
Tomato Sauce - The Delallo Difference
Tomatoes are the foundation of so many kitchen creations, so be sure to use a quality tomato sauce that will honor your recipes. DeLallo Tomato Sauces are made with sun-ripened California tomatoes that are picked at their peak. Tomatoes are packed fresh to capture that bright and rich tomato flavor. Our sauce is thick and smooth, a convenient ingredient for stews, pasta sauces, soups and more. Better yet, tomato sauces are kept in the pantry, so you can stock up and have this cooking essential on-hand.
Canned Tomato Sauce You Can Buy
As you know, a can of tomato sauce can go a long way in the kitchen. While it would be nice to have fresh tomatoes year round—and the time to cook them down—canned tomatoes are a convenient ready-to-use ingredient that can taste just as good in your final dishes. Whether you are dreaming up a homemade red sauce for pasta night or creating a hearty pot of pasta fagioli soup, a great tomato sauce is the key. Choose a tomato sauce with a bright, rich tomato flavor and a thick consistency. We offer two sizes made to accommodate your kitchen needs.
Tomato Sauce 29 oz.
Tomato Sauce 15 oz.
Our Best Recipes Using Tomato Sauce
There are so many ways to use a can of tomato sauce in the kitchen. Along with olive oil, garlic, salt and black pepper, canned tomato sauce is an essential ingredient in all of your kitchen creations—not just classic Italian recipes. Check out some of our favorite tomato sauce recipes.
Tomato Sauce: Frequently Asked Questions
What’s The Difference Between Tomato Sauce And Tomato Puree (Passata)?
While both tomato sauce and tomato purée have a smooth and pourable consistency, tomato sauce is a slow-cooked sauce made of blended tomatoes. Tomato purée is a strained tomato product that is not cooked, so its flavor is fresh and its consistency is thinner. Tomato sauce boasts a bold, more concentrated tomato flavor, as some of the water has been cooked out of the sauce. This also gives it a thicker consistency.
What’s The Difference Between Tomato Sauce And Pasta Sauce?
Tomato sauce is a smooth, slow-cooked sauce made from blended tomatoes. Unlike pasta sauce, tomato sauce is unseasoned and functions as the flavorful tomato-y base of many recipes. Tomato sauce is not a heat-and-serve sauce ready to toss with pasta, but it can be used to create a homemade pasta sauce.
What's The Difference Between Tomato Sauce And Tomato Paste?
Tomato sauce and tomato paste are both super rich tomato products with a lower water content for a concentrated tomato flavor. The biggest difference, though, is that tomato sauce is a pourable consistency, while tomato paste is super thick. Tomato paste comes in tiny cans, as it often used just a little at time—by the spoonful, in fact. Tomato paste is used to thicken up recipes and add a burst of big tomato flavor.
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