tomato paste (noun)
thick concentrated tomato puree
tomato paste (Noun)
a concentrate of tomato purée; used in making pizzas etc
Tomato paste is a thick paste that is made by cooking tomatoes for several hours to reduce moisture, straining them to remove the seeds and skin, and cooking them again to reduce them to a thick, rich concentrate. In contrast, tomato purée which consists of tomatoes that have been boiled briefly and strained, is a liquid with a consistency between crushed tomatoes and tomato paste. It was traditionally made in parts of Sicily, southern Italy and Malta by spreading out a much-reduced tomato sauce on wooden boards. The boards are set outdoors under the hot August sun to dry the paste until it is thick enough, when scraped up, to hold together in a richly colored, dark ball. Today, this artisan product is harder to find than the industrial version. In the UK, paste is referred to as purée or concentrate. In the USA, tomato paste is concentrated tomato solids, sometimes with added high fructose corn syrup, and with a standard of identity. Tomato purée has a lower solids requirement. Depending on its manufacturing conditions, tomato paste can be the basis for making ketchup or reconstituted tomato juice. ⁕Hot break: heated to about 100 °C; pectin is preserved -> thicker -> ketchup
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