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There's an additional quality to passata--it is uncooked.
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Posted to Thread #29544 at 7:27 am on Apr 10, 2017
It seems as if passata is an uncooked tomato puree that has been strained of seeds and skins. It originated in Italy but is used throughout Europe. Some passatas are chunkier and some are smoother, depending on the brand. Some people claim that passata can also be cooked, but most agree that it is uncooked.
Other messages in this thread:
- 29544. Has anyone used Cento's Passata in the 24 oz jars? - KarenNoCA - 10:38am on 04/09/17 (4)
- I recently bought a jar, but different brand. The only ingredient is tomatoes. A little research - Curious1 - 2:20pm on 04/09/17
- Passata is made from Italian tomatoes which have been sieved to remove seeds and skins, leaving [LINK] - KarenNoCA - 7:29pm on 04/09/17
- There's an additional quality to passata--it is uncooked. - Charley - 7:27am on 04/10/17
- I like the silkiness of it. [NT] - KarenNoCA - 9:29am on 04/10/17