it depends what your using
A #6 can of tomatoes is about 108 ounces, according to one recipe I found. Tomato sauce would be a little bit different, but it might give you a place to start.
Cook 5 to 6 minutes until the garlic begins to brown. Stir in a tablespoon of tomato paste and cook another 1 to 3 minutes, stirring constantly. Add the blended tomatoes, 1/2 cup of red wine if you have it or a 1/2 cup of water. Simmer the sauce until it thickens and season with more salt...
It is not good to store tomato sauce in a hot place. You should always keep it in a cool place.
depending on what you are making there are different sauces you can use. You can use a marinara sauce (tomato based sauce) Pesto sauce (basil based sauce) Cheese sauces ect.
You need two tomatoes and one onion. First you need to cut them in half, then you need to blend it with a glass of water. Then put the sauce in a sauce pan and add a little bit more water, when it starts boiling, add salt and other condiments of your choice.
When you eat rotten food, any kinds : you Might Get "Botulis A severe, sometimes fatal food poisoning caused by ingestion of food containing botulin and characterized by nausea, vomiting, disturbed vision, muscular weakness, and fatigue.
No. Tomato paste is naturally thicker than tomato sauce. Tomato paste can be turned into tomato sauce by adding water, but the reverse is untrue.
Fish tacos? really? are fish really supposed to be in tacos?
about 2.83905 liters.. for future reference: 1 Pint = 0.4731764725 Liters
after opening it, the bottle clearly says refridgerate after opening.if you are talking about after you put it on the food i would say do not leave it unrefridgerated for long because that is when bacteria will grow on it, and you can become sick from that.
nothing bad happens you might get a upset stomach! Throw it away if its bad and don't use it anymore
The most beneficial one is lycopene; it also contains salt, sugar, allicin; it shouldn't contain much else. I almost forgot, WATER!
the one that says it does....gosh
Nope. Marinara in Italy is not actually a sauce at all. It's a word used to describe seafood dishes. Marinara in the US is a fresh, acidic tomato sauce that's cooked with aromatic veggies (like onions and garlic) and herbs. In my family it's pretty chunky. If you buy tomato sauce (like the canned...
You can try a couple of things. A tsp or so of sugar can mellow it out. A tsp or so of baking soda can help neutralize the acids.
Garlic can be powerful! The easiest way to lessen the flavor is to reduce the amount of garlic called for in the recipe. To keep the flavor but reduce the pungency, parsley is a common way. Roasting garlic first also helps.
No it is pureed, peeled, cooked tomatos.
Ketchup. Thats me answer guys
yes you can. that would be better
un peu de sauce à la tomate
No. Tomato juice is highly acidic, and since dog urine is already acidic, the tomato juice will just further increase the urine's acidity (decreasing pH), further killing the grass. The only way to stop dog urine from killing the grass is to lime the area where the dog has urinated. Lime has a high...
both are same just 2 name...
it depends on what you want to cook but if you want to you could
It is possible, but such a substitution is not always a great idea as tomato paste has a much more concentrated, stronger flavor and has less moisture. So the recipe with the replacement of tomato sauce will be more liquidy and have less of a tomato flavor to it.
2 cups of cooked pasta is usually between 200 to 400 calories, depending on what kind of pasta(whole grain pasta 200) and a cup of spaghetti tomato sauce is around 330 calories which also varies.
If you had it for a meal , chill it after the meal is over. If you made it for later, chill it right away. Put it in shallow container with a lot of surface and it will cool faster before you place it in the fridge. Since tomato sauce has high asid content, it wont spoil very fast . but it should be...
At walmart, a can of tomato sauce (great value) is 97 cents, and a bag of 6 onions is about $2.50.
400 grams equals 1.74 cups
2 oz 6 + 2 = 8 ..... but it will be a very thick sauce.
pasta, spagetti and other food.
10.58 oz1 oz = 28.34 grams1 gram = 0.03 oz
You can, but to be safe I wouldn't. Uncooked cans and broken cans can contain botulism, which will make you very sick or even kill you if untreated.
Ketchup is spiced tomato sauce cooked with vinegar. Tomato sauce is the sauce made by cooking tomatoes down until the meat of the tomato breaks down into a sauce consistency. Ketchup is spiced tomato sauce cooked with vinegar. Tomato sauce is the sauce made by cooking...
NO!an element is something that can not be broken down any further, and its particles are made of only one type of atom. Tomato sauce is made of... well tomatoes.. which are ORGANIC made of mainly hydrogen and carbon atoms. Probably any company would add salt and seasoning... it is DEFINATLY not an...
Yes, you need salt in almost every dish you make because even if something shouldn't be "salty," the salt helps to bring out all of the other flavors in the dish.
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shout will get the tomato stains out of your shirts and also soak in hot water 1. Run cold water through the back of the stain as quickly as possible. This will force the stain back out through the fabric. Don't run it through the front of the tomato stain, which will only force it more deeply into...
If you've been sprayed by a skunk, tomato juice will neutralize the smell. I'm sure sauce would do the same thing, but juice is much easier.
Typically UNIT PRICE is "price per unit volume" or "price per unit weight." In this case, you did not say how much tomato sauce was in each can, so the two typical "unit prices" I mentioned are not possible to calculate. The reason that these are best is that its necessary to compare prices as each...
Most likely natives of the pre-Columbus Americas (including the Caribbean) as the tomato plant was indigenous to the Americas and unknown in Europe and elsewhere until that time.
Actually, you can. It will make a thicker, richer flavor. However, I suggest you temper the thickness. Perhaps par-boil the rice with the meat renderings, or chicken broth, if you prefer a lower fat option.
There has never been any question that tomato sauce is safe for consumption and indeed has been eaten for a long time with no notable side-effects. Although extraordinarily high consumption can cause discoloration of the liver and skin, this is rare, not dangerous to your health and will recede in...
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i would imagine tomato sauce is a solute since the definition of a solute is a substance dissolved in another substance, and tomato sauce is more or less tomato puree dissolved in water.
The Romans were very fond of a sauce called garum which was made from fermented fish. It was similar to the fish sauce used in present day Thai cooking and probably acted as a flavour enhancer. The tomato was unknown to the Romans and not intoduced to Europe until the 15th./16th. Century when...
you can but that at the supermarket but it depends on which place it is
yes u can because they're basically the same this but different in a way
Tomato Sauce has a chemical in it called Lycopene.Lycopene is the chemical in a tomato that gives it a beautiful red colour.... Hope this helps!
Tomato sause stains clothes because the sause sticks to the fibers in the clothes making it stain.
as long as you like... but i wouldn't eat it.
1 can diced tomatoes. 1 can plain pasta sauceadd whatever you want to it. I prefer to add onions and garlic.stick it in the fridge.
Yes it is safe....but make sure you DO NOT leave it in the fridge too long, or you might get sick when eating, and always make sure you cover the can ( if you already disposed of the lid, then use plastic wrap or aluminum foil- just make sure it is sealed tight, with no holes!-ur welcome
Yes, the tomato sauce is high in anti oxidants. The tomato anti oxidants in the sauce will take the green out without adding/covering any colors.
the tomato contains water in it so we can't mix it with water coz it's juicy
If you cook your garlic and onions in olive oil first it makes them much milder. Also the flavors get stronger as they set so if you're canning it use less.
No...... not if ots still in the can
No it doesn't, but you can refrigerate it if you want to.
yes it is, it must be canned while it is still very hot and put in very hot sterilized jars.
four oz is 113.3980925 grams :)
There is 7 to 12 quarts of sauce depending on how thick you prefer your sauce. A bushel weighs 53 pounds and yields 10 to 12 quarts of sauce-an average of 5 pounds per quart for thin sauce and 7 to 9 quarts of sauce-an average of 6½ pounds per quart for thick sauce.
An opened can of tomato sauce should be transferred to a plastic container and stored in the refrigerator. If used within 24 hours you could safely add it to a salsa recipe.
No. Peeling them is a lot of work, so just do what normal people and professional chefs do. Buy canned ones. Preferably Italian ones of the "San Marzano" variety.
cooked tomato sauce will last a weekbut some last less than a weekprobably about 2 daysyou should try the del Monte cooked tomato ketchup which lasts for 3 years
Check the use by date. Probably a year to two before that. If that's not the answer you were looking for then in future at least ask a question that makes more sense.
Well, it depends, ready made tomato sauce is safe to eat when made by well-known or registered companies because the FDA has to approve the product, but the ready made tomato sauce can be safe, but also unsafe to eat. The people or small company who made it (exactly the opposite of the COCA-COLA...
Yes you can use flour, or better still, corn starch. In either case, make sure the sauce is at a gentle boil. Then mix the flour or corn starch with a small amount of COLD water and add it to the sauce while STIRRING CONSTANTLY. The sauce will thicken quite quickly, but will usually not be as deep...
depends how hot the tomato sauce is
Although Prego is suggested, the best selling jarred tomato sauces are those found in the supermarkets across Italy. Some of the better known brands are Bertolli, Cirio, Mutti and Valfrutta.
Liquid. There may be solids in chunkier tomato sauce though.
It depends on the tomato sauce. Some have much higher sodium contents, some have added flavors. Check the nutrition facts on the back of the sauce jars before you buy to get the healthiest kind.
tomato sauce after tasting it from three separate companies and doing the same with tomato paste i found out it was tomato sauce
The usual term is "brand name tomato sauce," meaning any of the canned or bottled tomato sauces with a brand name available in stores.It's got to be Heinz :)
yes you can if you add stuff then it will taste even better! YUM:D
sorry, i dont think you can
Try adding some freshly squeezed lemon juice, this should take the sweetness away. Hope this helps :)
you can add sodium diacetate
No. Why would we call it that?
Yes, you can in most recipes. I would actually recommend it...it is a much healthier choice!
Depending on the acidity of the tomato sauce, or whether artificial preservatives have been added, tomato sauce can be left out at room temperature (68-72 degrees Fahrenheit) for 2-5 days. Home made tomato sauce is likely to have little to no artificial preservatives, but is preserved by the acidity...
Because it is a delicious addition to many dishes including pastas and casseroles.
no once defrosted it cannot be frozen again i would eat it within 24hrs.
You cannot make real tomato sauce without any tomatoes.