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Freeze Leftover Sauce in an Ice Cube Tray

If you have left over tomato sauce from an 8 ounce can, don't throw it away or stash it in the fridge where it could be forgotten. Instead, I pour the rest into an ice cube tray. After they're frozen, pop them into a ziplock bag. Whenever you need just a little tomato sauce, you have them right in the freezer. No need to open another can and no waste!

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By Clara from North Andover, MA

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December 23, 20080 found this helpful

In case you don't have any ice trays, the same thing can be done on a wax paper lined plate, just place the tomato sauce in 1-2 teaspoon dollops, not touching, all over the plate. Freeze & then take the dollops off the wax paper & place in a ziploc bag identified as to what's inside. I've also done this with tomato paste, as well as with canned pumpkin, to be later added to other dishes, like soups and sauces. It works well.

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