How to Make and Use Tomato Powder
Tomatoes can go bad pretty quickly and when we do use them, a lot of it ends up getting thrown away. And if you have a garden, you almost always end up with more than you can use. Want to waste less? Try making tomato powder (don’t worry, we’ll show you how to use it also). Start with about 8 lbs. of tomatoes. Rinse and remove stems. Slice them thinly and place the slices in one layer on parchment paper lined baking sheets. Set your oven to the lowest temperature, using the oven fan if you have one. Leave tomatoes in the oven for about 5 hours, or until you can see that the tomatoes are becoming brittle. This is important because it means that the moisture has been removed. Flip the tomatoes about halfway through. Once they are dry, add your slices to a food processor or blender and blend until powdered. Store in glass jars. How do I use it? Tomato paste- Mix 2 parts powder to 1 part water. Tomato sauce- 1 part tomato powder to 6 parts water. To make the equivalent to a standard jar, mix 1/3 cup tomato powder and 2 cups of water. Tomato juice- 2 tbsp. tomato powder into 8 ounces of water. Tomato soup- ½ cup tomato powder and 1 ½ cups water into a sauce pan, bring to a boil, reduce heat and add herbs of your choice. Pizza sauce- Combine ½ cup tomato powder and 1 1/2 cups water into a saucepan. Bring to a boil, reduce heat, and add herbs to taste. GOLO® is committed to providing you with the helpful tips and resources needed for personal success on a lifelong journey of health and wellness. It’s time to become #YourBestYou. Resources: https://thethingswellmake.com/how-to-make-tomato-powder-dehydrated-tomatoes/ Visit GOLO.com to access all the weight loss tools GOLO has to offer! 1-800-730-GOLO (4656) email@example.com GOLO is not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any illness or disease. This blog provides general information and discussion about health and wellness related subjects. The words and other content provided in this blog, and in any linked materials, are not intended and should not be construed as medical advice. GOLO encourages you to consult a doctor before making any health changes, especially any changes related to a specific diagnosis or condition. All opinions and articles linked to and from this page are those of the individuals concerned and do not necessarily represent those of GOLO, LLC or its employees. No responsibility can be accepted for any action you take or refrain from taking as a result of viewing this page. GOLO will not be liable for any errors, losses, injuries, or damages from the display or use of this information. These terms and conditions are subject to change without notice.