Nature’s Promise Organic Tomato Paste is a versatile organic product. This associated content article is my review of Nature’s Promise Organic Tomato Paste some tomato paste uses.
Review of Nature’s Promise Organic Tomato Paste : Recyclable Packaging
A 6 oz or 170 g can of Nature’s Promise Organic Tomato Paste was purchased at Giant Food for $.80. Packaging of this Nature’s Promise product is a metal can with paper label, typical of canned foods. My curbside recycling takes the can and label. Package recyclability is something I consider to be important when purchasing products.
Review of Nature’s Promise Organic Tomato Paste : Vegetarian, Organic
Nature’s Promise Organic Tomato Paste has one ingredient: organic tomatoes. They are suitable for vegetarians and vegans. This vegetarian soup carries the USDA Organic certification symbol and Kosher symbol.
Review of Nature’s Promise Organic Tomato Paste : Nutrition
Nature’s Promise brand Organic Tomato Paste is 30 calories for a 33g serving. There’s a little over 5 servings in the 170 g can. There’s 0g of total fat, 0g saturated fat, and 0g trans fat. The can states that it’s a low sodium food and a good source of vitamin A and C.
There’s 0mg of cholesterol and 20mg / 1% of sodium in this Nature’s Promise product. There’s 150mg / 4% of potassium. There is 6g of total carbohydrate including 1g of fiber and 3g of sugar. There is 2g of protein, 10% of vitamin A, 10% of vitamin C, and 6% of Iron in this vegan vegetable soup. Percents are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
Review of Nature’s Promise Organic Tomato Paste : Taste and Tomato Paste Uses
Right out of the can, Nature’s Promise brand Organic Tomato Paste tastes a lot like a can of sun dried tomatoes, which are harder to find at my local grocery store. It’s good cold and like other tomato pastes, is a versatile product. Here are some tomato paste uses. It can be used as a substitute for ketchup, in place of a tomato if you run out of fresh tomatoes, or to tone down spicy salsa. It can be added to soups or can add a sweet tomato taste to chili without tomatoes such as Amy’s Organic Chili. It can be mixed with a can of chick peas for tomato flavored homemade hummus. With a little olive oil and herbs, it can used to make homemade pizza sauce or pasta sauce.
I like that Nature’s Promise brand Organic Tomato Paste is organic and it’s delicious taste that reminds me of sun dried tomatoes. Tomato paste has many uses. It’s great in sandwiches, soups, salsa and other dips, and sauce. If you like the taste of sun dried tomatoes try the organic tomato paste described in this associated content article to add more fruits/veggies to your diet. I would buy this brand of organic tomato paste again and would like to try more Nature’s Promise Organic products.
My local curbside recycling’s list of acceptable items