You’re Killing Your Tomatoes if You Do This, 5 MISTAKES You Can’t Afford to Make Growing Tomatoes
You’re Killing Your Tomatoes if You Do This, 5 MISTAKES You Can’t Afford to Make Growing Tomatoes
November 10, 2023
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November 10, 2023

How to make Tomato Sauce from tomatoes | Quick Italian Tomato Passata Sauce

November 10, 2023

How to make Tomato Sauce from tomatoes | Quick Italian Tomato Passata Sauce

November 10, 2023

How to make Tomato Sauce from tomatoes | Quick Italian Tomato Passata Sauce

In this video I show you how I make a delicious Tomato Sauce from tomatoes. This Italian tomato passata sauce made from fresh garden tomatoes can be made in less than an hour using this traditional method. This sauce is very versatile and can be used in any recipe that calls for fresh marinara sauce. It will keep for a week in the fridge or can be frozen. I will also show you how I can my sauce using the boiling water method for use all winter long. Nothing beats fresh tomato sauce from the garden! It truly is the taste of summer.

00:00 Introducttion
00:52 Cutting the tomatoes
02:33 Cooking the tomatoes
04:20 Draining the tomatoes
05:15 Processing the tomatoes / Food Mill
09:45 Seasoning the sauce
11:19 Canning the tomato sauce

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Tomatoes – as many as you can get.
Cut out cores and blemishes and add to a pot.
Cook on low-medium heat until it comes to a boil. Check often to prevent burning on the bottom. Once it comes to a boil, let it simmer for 10 minutes. Drain off the clear tomato water using a colander and then process your tomatoes with a food mill or strainer to remove the skins and seeds from the pulp.
Season with salt and fresh basil and simmer for 10-15 minutes. If it is too runny, cook longer to reduce.

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  1. nombiko says:

    Is there an alternative you can use apart from the food mill?

  2. So 8 pints which is 4 quarts. Nice. So how long did the whole process take from start to finish? Not the time the video shows but the actual time to do? Also how many pounds of tomatoes did you use or how many tomatoes? Thank you you make it look very easier

  3. I really enjoy learning about caning tomato sauce. Is it cheaper than buying it from the store?

  4. Rust says:

    You not remove the jar while hot in the boil water must live in water until cool
    Never put lemon juice tomato already acid no need
    Only one basil leave in the jar I usually boil for 40 /50 minute if make a lot to last a year more longer the boil more longer they keep they sterilised better

  5. What else would you be makin tomatoe sauce from ?

  6. Francisco says:

    How long can I store them for?

  7. Rose Jackson says:

    That sauce is beautiful. Thank you for the awesome tutorial. I just got a food mill today and it's a workout, lol.

  8. Brucether says:

    Outstanding video. My tomatoes are making right now. I think I will try this. Have you ever used dry, crushed basil?

  9. Peter Howard says:

    Good video but as usual hard to listen to Americans murder the English language, no y in toymayto or y baysal, it’s basil

  10. Donna Winant says:

    I cut my tomatoes…seed them ..dice them and put them in a colander for about 2 hous you wouldn't believe the juice that comes out..the seeds have most of the water…then I put them in my crockpot with 2 carrots..a small onion..celery stalk…and a couple of cloves of garlic garlic…cook for a couple of hours then I ..smash them with my hand blender and then can it…I usually dont put the herbs until the end

  11. So, you're throwing away the skins, the juice and the basil? Possibly the best tasting parts of the whole "Tomato Sauce". 🤣

  12. wawa says:

    Do you tighten the lids further after jars have cooled and poped. Thank you for the excellent video!

  13. ra dow says:

    Use the tomato water for vegi stock.

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  15. General Wack says:

    Talk about $500 saved

  16. shawna moen says:

    The experts don't reccomend canning this way. You're suppose to keep the liquid in there and cook down

  17. Homegrown tomatoes truly are the best!

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