HomeRecipes & MealsTired of preservatives in Tomato Puree? Try this 3 step recipe

Tired of preservatives in Tomato Puree? Try this 3 step recipe


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Tomatoes are one of India’s most significant food crops. It grows in almost every state and is found in abundance. Tomatoes are high in vitamins A, and C, potassium, minerals, and fiber. Tomatoes are used in the making of soup, salad, pickles, ketchup, puree, and sauces, as well as in a variety of other dishes. A small-scale tomato processing unit is a viable investment in India because the raw material is available throughout the country. Though there are numerous brands that make the product, most are filled with nasty chemicals and preservatives. Here is an easy and cost-effective way to make tomato puree at home and even turn this healthy affair into a profitable business model. 

 How can you make tomato puree at home?


Wash your tomatoes thoroughly so that any dirt or impurities are removed. Now chop them roughly into big chunks. 


Transfer your tomatoes to a saucepan and add a little water; once it comes to a boil, reduce the flame and let it cook and thicken for 10 minutes. Keep stirring so that it doesn’t stick to the bottom.


Let the mixture cool down a bit and blend them in the mixer until you get a nice, smooth texture. Your tomato puree is ready to be used in any way and every way you want. 


Use it right away, and if you want to store it for future use, transport it to an airtight container and store it there. For longer use, you can store it in a zip-lock bag and refrigerate it, and you are good to go; it can be used for six months. No need to worry about cooking; just add these cubes of tomato puree and make everything in just a blink. 


But wait, you can convert this recipe into a full grown business? Learn how!

Tomato puree is a profitable business idea if it begins with adequate strategy and presentation. India, as one of the world’s greatest tomato producers, presents a fantastic market for tomato puree manufacture, as homemade tomato purees are in high demand. Their unrivaled taste and quality make them unique. The demand for tomato puree in India is increasing at a rate of more than 20% per year and is likely to rise more in the future. It can be used in restaurants to color and season food. The Indian dining culture has undoubtedly given rise to the widespread use of tomato puree.

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