Freezing Tomato Paste

Before you use tomato paste in a recipe, open BOTH ends of the can, wrap in plastic wrap, and freeze. After frozen, push the paste out of one open end and slice off what you need. Re-wrap and freeze for up to 3 months. Slice off as needed, no waste.


By Tori

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April 13, 20050 found this helpful

Or do what I a very big can of tomato paste, pour into ice cube trays, freeze then put them in Ziploc bags. You won't be needing to buy tomato paste for awhile.

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April 14, 20050 found this helpful

What a great idea! I never would have thought of this. It sounds so much easier than trying to spoon that sticky stuff out of the can. I can never get it all out!

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August 11, 20051 found this helpful

When opening tomato paste. I always spoon it on to wax paper and freeze until firm. Then I put it into small zip lock freezer bags by each spoonful. Great for a touch of flavor to soups and such.


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August 20, 20170 found this helpful

I've recently become a 1-person household, and when I needed a dab of tomato paste for a mini-recipe recently, this is exactly what I did. Very handy for recipes or just for adding richness to a beef stew or whatever.

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