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How do you make syn free tomato sauce

Discussion in 'Slimming World Recipes' started by SSL555, 13 October 2012 Social URL.

  1. SSL555

    SSL555 Full Member

    Does anyone have the recipe for syn free tomato sauce please.
     
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  3. PrincessLou71186

    PrincessLou71186 Full Member

    What type of sauce are you looking for?

    Ketchup or pasta?
     
  4. SSL555

    SSL555 Full Member

    Ketchup
     
  5. PrincessLou71186

    PrincessLou71186 Full Member

    1 onion, finely chopped
    2 garlic cloves, crushed
    2 x 400g tins of chopped tomatoes
    2 tsp ground cinnamon
    2 tsp celery salt
    2 tsp english mustard power
    2 tsp white pepper
    4 tbsp artificial sweetener
    225ml red wine vinegar
    1 tbsp worcestershire sauce

    Place all ingredients in a large saucepan and bring to a boil
    Reduce heat and simmer sauce gently for 40-45mins, stiring occasionly
    Remove from heat, season with salt and allow to cool.
    Blend mix in food processor, then sieve into a jug.
    Pour into sterilised, sealable containers
    Sauce keeps for upto 3 weeks in fridge (if it lasts that long)
     
  6. SSL555

    SSL555 Full Member

    Thank you, will give it a go. :)
     
  7. PrincessLou71186

    PrincessLou71186 Full Member

    Not a problem.

    It's really good.
     
  8. bc201

    bc201 Silver Member

    I tend to place it in three hot sterilised jar and seal so that as they cool they become vacuumed!
    (i.e. the middle bit goes in and only pops up when jar is opened in the fridge they would keep for months!)
    I then have one plastic upsidedown old ketchup bottle sterilised and place the content of one jar in and after it is all gone I wash it again before placing in a new batch this makes it safer as you have to remember it has no preservatives ( or colouring if you have hyperactive kids it's recommended !)
    But really it does make a difference with burger and chips SW recipes of cause
    Have fun
    X
     
  9. PrincessLou71186

    PrincessLou71186 Full Member

    I never thought of doing that, thanks.
     
  10. Estrella

    Estrella Full Member

    For a quick Tom sauce I use tomato purée, cider vinegar, sweetener, onion salt and lemon juice. Mix it all up and it's lovely. I am the tomato sauce queen. I literally eat it with everything. Chinese, pot noodles, spag Bol, Tuna pasta!! Haha I'm terrible, but this really does the job. Ill definately try the other recipe too!! :)
     
  11. SSL555

    SSL555 Full Member

    Ooh I will try this too, did the other recipe but not sure if I like it, I need to tweak it as it didn't taste tomatoey enough for me.
     
  12. Estrella

    Estrella Full Member

    Yeah this one is quite tart. Really tomatoey so the sweetener and onion salt are a must! I've tried cooking up a tomato sauce similar before and felt it was more like passata. I like the vinagaryness of this wee quick cold one. And u can make it up as and when u need it. :) let me know how u get on! X
     
  13. sammym

    sammym Full Member

    That looks like a brilliant recipe will have to try tha one.
     
  14. SSL555

    SSL555 Full Member

    This is so tasty, thxs
     
  15. Estrella

    Estrella Full Member

    Glad you like it. It's super simple to make too :)
     
  16. cheeky1095

    cheeky1095 New Member

    Hi, what measurements are each of these ingredients or do you just mix until preferred taste?
     
  17. Estrella

    Estrella Full Member

    I usually just keep adding until it tastes good. I'm a terrible one for measurements!!! X
     
  18. cheeky1095

    cheeky1095 New Member

    Yep me too, I can't wait to try the recipe. I eat too much bottled ketchup lol
     
  19. xjellytotsx

    xjellytotsx Member

    gunna have to try these x
     
  20. bc201

    bc201 Silver Member

    Still love my Tom sauce !! Plus really quick way to use as pizza topping with herbs etc
     
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