How to Freeze Tomato Paste? Very easy!
Tomatoes are one of the most commonly used vegetables in Dutch cuisine. Logical. because it is a versatile and tasty product. You can also make a lot with it, such as sauces, tapenades and purees. But can you freeze tomato paste?
How to Freeze Tomato Paste?
You can freeze fresh tomato paste and store it for 12 months at -18 degrees. Canned tomato paste can also be frozen for that long. It is advisable to freeze it in small quantities, then you do not have to thaw everything.
As mentioned above, you can do a lot with tomatoes and make a lot out of tomatoes. You can also freeze fresh and cherry tomatoes.
Homemade Tomato Paste Freezing
Making tomato paste yourself is easy and fun to do. Freezing homemade tomato paste works very well. You can put the tomato paste in a freezer container and put it in the freezer. The problem is, if you want to use a little bit, you have to thaw the whole freezer container.
I recommend freezing it in portions. You can use an ice cube tray or muffin pan for this, for example. Pour the tomato paste into the ice cube tray and place it in the freezer. When frozen, you can remove them from the worm and place them in a freezer bag or freezer container in the freezer. You can store it for up to 12 months at a temperature of -18 degrees.
When you need the tomato paste you can take just the right amount from the freezer and thaw it, it’s that easy.
Canned Tomato Paste Freeze
You can also freeze tomato puree from token, no problem. What you have to do for this is to transfer the tomato puree into a freezer container or, as described above, put it in an ice cube tray. Using the ice cube tray you get ‘portion pack’. It’s so easy if you want to use the tomato paste again, then you don’t have to thaw everything.
You can also just leave the canned tomato paste in the can if you use a silicone fresh-keeping lid.
So you can also store tomato puree from token in the freezer for 12 months at a temperature of -18 degrees.
Tomato Paste Store
You don’t have to freeze tomato paste. If you want to use it again soon, it’s better to keep it in the fridge.
Put the homemade tomato puree in a sealable container or pour the canned tomato puree into the sealable container. Drizzle the tomato puree with a little olive oil to keep it fresh longer. Now place the container in the refrigerator. Now you can keep it for about 3-5 days. If you want to use it again, the advice is: look, smell and taste whether it is still good.
Instead of throwing over you can also use silicone lids, these are reusable.