Friday, September 30, 2011

Freezing Tomatoes

Freezing tomatoes is very simple. I freeze them a little at a time as I pick them from the garden. Eventually, I finally have enough to make soup, pasta sauce, or salsa.

First, wash the tomato and then cut the stem out.

Place in a freezer bag and freeze. Add more tomatoes to your bag as they ripen. When you are ready to use them, rinse them in cold water and the skin will slip right off. You can them chop and cook or process as desired. A quick and almost effortless way to preserve your garden bounty.

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