Thermomix Tomato Paste (concentrate)

Thermomix tomato paste in ice cube trays and jar on white wood with parsley and tomatoes on vine

Buying tomatoes in bulk saves so much money when you use them to stock up on basics such as this Thermomix Tomato Paste.

My local fruit and veggie shop sells 10kg boxes of tomatoes very cheaply. I have also bought bulk boxes from my local farmers market.

If it doesn’t seem your local fruit and veggie shop sells bulk tomatoes, ask the question as they will probably be happy to do a deal for you.

How to make Thermomix Tomato Paste

This is such a very simple recipe that takes minimal preparation time and gives great results.

The Thermomix does such a wonderful job of pureeing that there is no need to peel or deseed the tomatoes before making tomato paste.

1. Prepare the tomatoes by cutting into quarters.

2. Place in mixer bowl along with olive oil, salt, bay leaves and some fresh parsley.

3. Blitz ingredients for 10 seconds/speed 8.

4. Cook down for 45 minutes/steaming temperature.

5. Blitz 1 minute/speed 9.

6. Cook a further 10-15 minutes, until thick and concentrated, then portion in to ice cube trays, to freeze ready for use as needed.

More recipes to use up bulk tomatoes

When I buy a box of tomatoes, I tend to make three or four consecutive batches of this Tomato Paste. After that, I generally make:

Tomato Ketchup

This recipe is very popular for many, many Bexta’s and is a must-have in my fridge. It uses 1.5kg tomatoes.

Moroccan Chickpea and Olive Hotpot (MMME)

This is a super tasty meal that uses 500g tomatoes.

Lemon and Coconut Dahl

This is a meal I love to make for my family as we all love it, it uses 400g tomatoes.

Pizza Pasta Sauce

This is another one that can be made a few batches at a time for the freezer. It calls for tinned tomatoes but it works great with fresh too, just increase cooking time to compensate to the higher water content of fresh tomatoes.

Main Meals Made Easy

Main Meals Made Easy was the very first cookbook I published and it remains a favourite amongst many. The vast majority of recipes in the book are all-in-one main meals – vegetarian, with details meat variations. However, there are also four recipes for ‘Staples’ in it, this Thermomix Tomato Paste being one of them.

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Thermomix tomato paste in ice cube trays and jar on white wood with parsley and tomatoes on vine
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5 from 4 votes

Thermomix Tomato Paste

Cheap to make and so very simple, this cooking staple is easy to have on hand at all times!
Prep Time5 mins
Cook Time1 hr
Total Time1 hr 5 mins
Course: Staples
Cuisine: Dairy Free, Egg Free, Gluten Free, Italian, Nut Free, Vegan, Vegetarian
Keyword: Homemade tomato paste, Thermomix tomato paste, Tomato paste
Servings: 38 (20g serves)
Calories: 12kcal

Ingredients

  • 1.5 kg tomatoes quartered
  • 20 g olive oil
  • 10 g salt
  • 2 bay leaves fresh or dried
  • Parsley good sized handful

Instructions

  • Place all ingredients in mixer bowl. Process 10 seconds/speed 8/MC on.
  • Cook 45 minutes/steaming temperature/speed 1/MC off, with basket on top of lid to catch any splatters.
  • Scrape down bowl. Blitz 1 minute/speed 9/MC on.
  • Cook a further 10-15 minutes/steaming temperature/speed 1/MC off, basket on lid, until mixture is thick and concentrated.
  • Scoop tablespoons of the paste into ice cube trays and freeze, ready for use as needed. When frozen, pop cubes out and store in a zip lock bag ready for use as needed.

Nutrition

Serving: 1serve | Calories: 12kcal | Carbohydrates: 2g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Sodium: 104mg | Potassium: 94mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 1g | Vitamin A: 329IU | Vitamin C: 5mg | Calcium: 4mg | Iron: 1mg

Please note, nutrition information is calculated via an online recipe nutrition calculator and is a guide only. It is provided as a courtesy and is not guaranteed 100% accurate. I am not a nutritionist or trained health professional.

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Kathy
Kathy
8 months ago

5 stars
Fabulous, easy recipe. I didn’t have fresh parsley, so just used a teaspoon of dried. Worked perfectly. I also add more or less tomatoes, depending on what I have and just adjust the cooking time in step 4. Thanks so much!

Anne-Marie Keightley
Anne-Marie Keightley
9 months ago

5 stars
LOVE LOVE LOVE all these, as does everyone who tries them.

Roz Vest
Roz Vest
9 months ago

This my go to recipe, so easy!

Angela
Angela
9 months ago

5 stars
Love this recipe! So versatile and easy to make – so much nicer than store bought tomato paste

Wendy
Wendy
1 year ago

Love this recipe, so easy but so full of , will not be buying tomato paste again ??

Wendy
Wendy
1 year ago
Reply to  Wendy

* Full of flavour that should have read ?

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