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Tomato Paste in a Tube

I’ve been looking for this when I first saw Rachael Ray use it on her show but I haven’t been able to find it in any of my local grocery stores. I found them on amazon but they’re too expensive.

I somehow stumbled on a website that had a video of someone showing how not to waste a can of tomato paste. I lost that link now but it basically showed scooping tomato paste by the tablespoonful and putting it on a tray and let it sit in the freezer til it hardens and then storing them in a plastic baggy. You can also use an ice cube tray and do the same. I was thinking, “Now, why didn’t I think of that?”

I was looking for the tomato paste in a tube because I was tired of wasting all the unused portions left in the small can of tomato paste. That will happen no longer! 🙂

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2 comments to Tomato Paste in a Tube

  • Debbie

    It’s amazing what you can freeze. I’ve got frozen onions, crushed garlic, crushed basil, chopped basil, chopped cheese.. and lots more in my freezer. Basically I’m missing the tomato paste to have all the elements of a lasagne in the freezer 🙂 Glad to know you can freeze that, too.

  • Jenny

    Ooh, if you put the frozen tomato paste in the baggie, then let it defrost, you could snip a corner of the baggie and use it like a frosting bag. That would be almost like the tomato paste in a tube, but much cheaper!

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