Tomato Puree, Homemade Tomato Puree, Pulp


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tomato puree Indian style is a tomato based recipe which is usually added to gravies and sabzis to add body and flavour to it. Learn how to make tomato puree.

While readymade tomato puree is easily available in the market, the taste of dishes you make with tomato puree Indian style is very different. It is one of the very basic recipes which can be prepared with just two ingredients in less than 10 minutes.

2 ingredient tomato puree is free of preservatives and colours making it relatively healthier than the tomato puree available in tetra packs and cans. You are assured of the quality of tomatoes used too!

To make tomato puree, bring to a boil a large vessel full of water. Scoop out and discard the eyes of the tomatoes using the tip of the sharp knife. Make a criss-cross cut at the base of each tomato. Put in boiling water for 3 to 4 minutes. Remove and put in cold water for some time. When the tomatoes are cool, peel and discard the skin. Chop roughly and blend to a smooth purée in a blender. Use the tomato puree as required.

The homemade tomato puree without preservatives has a very unique flavour which is quite acceptable and it blends well with other spices and condiments too. You can make it in large quantities and store it in the freezer and make use of it to whip up delights like Indian subzis and curries, pasta etc.

Tips for tomato puree. 1. Ensure that you make the cris cross slits on the opposite side of the eyes of the tomatoes. 2. Do not make very deep slits, else the tomatoes might open on adding in boiling water. 3. Instead of immersing in cold water at step 5, you can speeden up the process by holding them in running water for 30 seconds. Alternatively place them in a strainer and pour some cold water for 15 seconds. This will help them cool faster.

Also, learn how to make How To Make Spinach Puree and Blanched Spinach and Boiled Onion Paste that come handy to make various Traditional Indian Subzis.

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Preparation Time:    Cooking Time:    Total Time:     2Makes 1.5 cups
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Ingredients

For The Tomato Puree
8 big tomatoes
water for boiling
Method
For the tomato puree

    For the tomato puree
  1. To make the tomato puree, bring to a boil a large vessel full of water.
  2. Scoop out and discard the eyes of the tomatoes using the tip of the sharp knife.
  3. Make a criss-cross cuts at the base of each tomato.
  4. Put in boiling water for 3 to 4 minutes.
  5. Remove and put in cold water for some time.
  6. When the tomatoes are cool, peel and discard the skin.
  7. Chop roughly and blend to a smooth purée in a blender.
  8. Use the tomato puree as required.

Tips
  1. If frozen, tomato purée can last for months.

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How to make homemade tomato puree

  1. Bring to a boil a large vessel full of water.
  2. Meanwhile, wash and clean the tomatoes. Use bright, red, firm tomatoes for making the tomato puree.
  3. Scoop out and discard the eyes of the tomatoes using the tip of the sharp knife.
  4. Make a criss-cross cuts at the base of each tomato. This helps in easy peeling of skin after blanching.
  5. Put the tomatoes in boiling water and boil for around 3 to 4 minutes. You will notice the skin peeling off.
  6. Using a slotted spoon, remove the tomatoes.
  7. Put in cold water for some time. The refreshing of tomatoes by adding them in cold water stops the cooking process and preserves the rich colour of tomatoes. Also, it helps in easy peeling of skin.
  8. When the tomatoes are cool, peel and discard the skin. Start peeling from the cut portion so, it comes out easily.
  9. Chop the tomatoes roughly.
  10. Transfer them into a mixer jar.

  11. Blend them to a smooth purée without using any water.
  12. If you want a seedless tomato puree, then pass it through a strainer. Use as required.
  13. You can make a jar full of homemade tomato puree and put it in the refrigerator, it comes handy and saves time. It can be stored for a month when frozen.

If you like our tomato puree recipe

  1. If you like our tomato puree recipe, then see our collection of recipes using tomato puree and some popular homemade tomato puree based Indian recipes.  
Accompaniments

Garlic Tomato Chutney ( Kebabs and Tikkis Recipes) 
Garlic Tomato Salsa 
Low Cal Tomato Soup 
Noodle Tomato Salad 
Noodles with Tomato and Cheese Sauce 

Nutrient values (Abbrv) per cup
Energy85 cal
Protein3.8 g
Carbohydrates15.4 g
Fiber7.3 g
Fat0.9 g
Cholesterol0 mg
Sodium55 mg

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Tomato Puree, Homemade Tomato Puree, Pulp
5
 on 08 Feb 18 02:17 PM


How to preserve tomato puree for 3-4 months
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Tarla Dalal    Hi, Put in an air-tight container in the freezer...
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08 Feb 18 03:44 PM
Tomato Puree, Homemade Tomato Puree, Pulp
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 on 03 Jul 17 08:22 AM


For how long can we store this puree
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Tarla Dalal    Hi, You can store it in an air-tight container in the fridge for atleast 1 month.
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03 Jul 17 01:26 PM