Check out these great tips from Vicky in Texas. She has a great guide for using Provident Pantry™ Tomato Powder. –Sarah
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I really like this product. Had some trouble figuring out how to mix it at first. Now I use this guide.
Tomato Paste: 1part tomato powder to 2 parts water (6T. water + 3T. Powder = one 6oz can of Tomato Paste)
Tomato Sauce: 1part Powder to 4 parts water (1/2 cup Powder + 2cups water= one 15oz can)
Tomato Juice: 1 part Powder to 10 parts Water (8cups Water + 3/4 cup Powder= 64oz. bottle) *
Tomato Powder has no added salt. If you want these products to taste like the grocery store kinds you will need to add a small amount of salt (1/8 tsp per 1/2 cup of Tomato Powder) I add more seasonings and make my own Vegetable cocktail juice from it. Thanks for offering this product.
I have used this tomato powder for years also. I love it. It has much better, and stronger, flavor then the canned stuff! I have found that it takes less of it to flavor something then the canned also, plus you get less sodium! When I use it for meatloaf topping I mix a little garlic and onion powder, plus a little pepper too. Makes a great homemade V8 type drink too, just grind whatever veggies you'd like in it, and maybe a dash of tabasco or what other flavoring you like. Then you can make it as thick or thin as you prefer.
I have used tomato powder for years. It is great added to soups, too. I just add it by the spoonful until I get the taste that suits me. Also, grind dh or fd onions, celery, parsley, etc in a spice mill & add to hot tomato juice. Yummy, yummy!!
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