How to Stew Tomatoes

Anyone know how to stew tomatoes?

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Apr 07, 2015
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by: Sophie

You have asked a good question and I think the other guy has shared the exact way to stew tomatoes. I like to have stewed tomatoes because of its delicious taste. Thanks for talking about my favorite dish!

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by: Anonymous

Stewing tomatoes simply means to slowly simmer tomatoes until their natural broth cooks down and the entire flavor becomes enriched.

My mom use to do it with canned tomatoes;
she'd simply pour a large can of seeded-peeled tomatoes (and their broth) into a heavy-bottomed pan; mashed them slightly with a potato masher or the back of a heavy spoon, add a pinch of salt, generously season with fresh cracked pepper, add a teaspoon of sugar (more or less to your own taste) and sometimes - just for a little zip - a dash of Worcestershire sauce.

Let this simmer uncovered on the stove top for an hour or two over a very low flame. Stirring occasionally until it attains a lovely, enriched flavor.

Someone here also suggested a can of the already "stewed" variety - in my experience, they're okay to cook with; but to eat them alone, I'd still bang them into a pan and do a simplified version of the above to add the peppery, sweetness of the home-stewed version.

Cheers.

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