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What to Do With Leftover Tomato Paste via @Katie Workman

What to do with leftover tomato paste (hint: make these). Plus, enter to win a week's worth of groceries AND a private cooking class!

Why Didn't I Think of That: Tomato Paste Saver

Tomato Paste Saver

You can save tomato paste for up to 3 months when you freeze it! Open both ends of the can but do not remove them. Wrap entirely in plastic wrap and freeze. Once frozen push paste out of the can. re-wrap and place back in the freezer.

Homemade tomato paste is an entirely different — and utterly more delicious — beast than the kind you can buy at the supermarket. It takes about a day to make (happily, much of that work is hands off), and in the end, you'll have enough tomato paste to last you through several cooking projects. In my book, homemade is worth the effort, every time.

How To Make Tomato Paste

[NO CHECK, but I've been freezing my tomatoes for future sauces; even better] For my Amish Paste tomatoes: How To Make Tomato Paste — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

Homemade "Canned" Diced Tomatoes - really like this recipe - yummy!

Homemade “Canned” Diced Tomatoes

Homemade Canned Diced Tomatoes - these taste way better than commercial canned brands and allows you to control the amount of sodium.

Corn Cakes with Tomato and Avocado Salsa

Clawson Live: Corn Cakes with Tomato and Avocado Salsa (replace flour for gluten free!

Tomato Corn Relish

Summer Tomato-Corn Relish

I am the hugest fan of a salsa or side dish, like this Summer Tomato Corn Relish, that allows you to turn a simple piece of something into a meal.

impossible breakfast pie

Garlicky Spinach Impossible Pie starts with a simple batter that magically separates into layers as it bakes

Spicy Red Pepper Jam

Red Pepper Jam

Red peppers, tomatoes, garlic, and onions all come together in this spicy red pepper jam.