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Amore Tomato Paste, 4.5 Ounce Tubes (Pack of 12)
- Pack of twelve 4.5 ounce tubes of concentrated tomato paste (54 total ounces)
- Double concentrated for the real taste of ripe tomatoes
- Bold, vibrant, and zesty for unmistakably authentic Italian flavor
- All natural
- Product of Italy
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Flavor: Tomato | Size: 4.5 Ounce (pack of 12)
From the Manufacturer
The Amore brand has been carefully assembled with years of searching Italy for the best ingredients, and hundreds of conversations with chefs and Italian food lovers.
Amore Double-Concentrated Tomato Paste is the real essence of ripe tomatoes. Bold, vibrant, and zesty, it will bring an unmistakably authentic Italian flavor to whatever dishes you create with it.
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Top Customer Reviews
Amore, by contrast, actually keeps the bright tomato flavor. Since it's in tubes, there's none of the "tinny" taste so common to canned foods. And it's so easy to squeeze out a small amount that I use it all the time. There are all sorts of soups and sauces that can benefit from a little tomato flavor, but which don't justify opening a whole can of paste. (Not to mention the fact that most canned pastes would make the food taste worse, not better.)
There are only two mysteries about this product for me. First, a 1 1/2 tablespoon serving has 2 grams of fat. No other tomato pastes I looked at contain fat. Since the ingredients are only tomato paste and salt, I have to wonder where this fat comes from. The second mystery is that they label the box as "double concentrated." As far as I can tell, it's no more concentrated than any other tomato paste: I still have to use exactly the same amount in a recipe, it just tastes better than the other brands.
But I'll forgive Amore the mysterious fat and exaggerated labeling. This has become a cooking essential in my kitchen.
the Amore paste is a wonderful product just needs better inspection proceedures to insure better customer satifaction,,,
product rating 5 packaging 1
This product will take your cooking to the next solar system -- not a world of difference but much more.
It is hard to put into writing what the difference is. My impression is that the tomato paste is from ripe tomatoes and the technique of putting it into a tube is much better.
It is also nice to be able to use only the amount that is needed.
Just made a concentrated sauce with italian herbs, garlic, olive oil and white wine. Mixed this with ziti pasta and completely changed my quick sauce "go to" menu.
Good luck shopping and enjoy your new ingredient!
And Dr. Gourmet says:
The USDA and FDA use a test known as the "Howard Mold Count" to determine the amount of mold in products that you purchase. There are regulations about the acceptable levels of mold in certain foods. The minute you open that can of tomato paste any mold that is in the can can grow with the exposure to oxygen. The longer it is in the fridge the more chance of mold growing. Most of the molds are benign and not likely to hurt you, but they will taint the flavor of the tomato paste.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love this stuff! I can use as little or much as I want and put the tube in the refrigerator. Way better than the canned stuff any day!Published 3 days ago by Patricia
I use this as a spread on grilled cheese sandwiches, makes them taste extra fancy. love it.Published 5 days ago by Chris King
Ohhhhh Man! Thank You God! I LOVE THIS!!! WILL BE PURCHASING THIS FOR SURE, AGAIN!Published 8 days ago by Marsha
Tomato paste in tube. This is one of the greatest inventions ever! Plus I can order it from Amazon Prime. Read morePublished 20 days ago by SBCrewsnThruLife
Not too garlicky, and like the tubes for being less wasteful when you only need a spoonsful for a recipe.Published 1 month ago by C. Myres