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I recently bought a jar, but different brand. The only ingredient is tomatoes. A little research
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Posted to Thread #29544 at 6:20 pm on Apr 9, 2017
made me wonder if that is what some Italian recipes mean when they call for tomato sauce. I don't particularly like the overly salty, sometimes herby taste of the small cans of what is labeled tomato sauce. I have some of Nick Stellino's cookbooks and so many of his recipes call for a small amount of tomato sauce used with chicken stock, etc. I'm thinking the passata might be a good stand in for it when I don't want to take the time to make it.
Please keep posting about your new finds, I also bought a can of cherry tomatoes after you posted about them, the ones I bought are red. Now must find a recipe in which to use them as well as the Passata.
Other messages in this thread:
- 29544. Has anyone used Cento's Passata in the 24 oz jars? - KarenNoCA - 2:38pm on 04/09/17 (4)
- I recently bought a jar, but different brand. The only ingredient is tomatoes. A little research - Curious1 - 6:20pm on 04/09/17
- Passata is made from Italian tomatoes which have been sieved to remove seeds and skins, leaving [LINK] - KarenNoCA - 11:29pm on 04/09/17
- There's an additional quality to passata--it is uncooked. - Charley - 11:27am on 04/10/17
- I like the silkiness of it. [NT] - KarenNoCA - 1:29pm on 04/10/17