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Aunty D's Ezi Tomato Sauce


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Tomato Sauce

  • 1000 grams tomatoes, quartered, (1 kilo)
  • 2 onions, large
  • 3 cloves garlic
  • 1-2 cm piece of ginger peeled
  • 100 grams Rapadura or Raw Sugar
  • 2 green apples, quartered
  • 1.5 tablespoon Wild's Ezi-Sauce
  • 1 heaped teaspoon Himalayan salt (or rock salt)
  • pepper to taste
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Recipe's preparation

    Tomato Sauce
  1. Quarter the tomatoes and chop for 5 seconds on speed 5
  2. Place chopped tomatoes in basket and strain for 30 - 60 minutes & set aside.

  3. Chop garlic, onions and ginger for 5 seconds on speed 5

  4. Put in remaining ingredients including drained tomatoes and cook for 1 hour at 100 degrees, speed 1

  5. When finished, gradually turn to speed 9, and mix for 20 seconds.
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  • Super easy and tastes fantastic. Thank you for the...

    Submitted by Mandy9112 on 26. January 2021 - 14:17.

    Super easy and tastes fantastic. Thank you for the conversion the smell in the kitchen reminds me of bottling days at my Nan's.

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  • tiffella75: I couldn't get my ezi sauce to freeze,...

    Submitted by Patche kitchen on 20. January 2019 - 12:05.

    tiffella75: I couldn't get my ezi sauce to freeze, for the life of me! tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • I freeze portions of ezy sauce in silicon muffin...

    Submitted by tiffella75 on 29. December 2018 - 13:35.

    I freeze portions of ezy sauce in silicon muffin cups, so when I do another batch I just pop one out of the freezer, no wastage!

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  • Tastes just like my mums stovetop version with Ezy...

    Submitted by Fone72 on 17. February 2018 - 17:14.

    Tastes just like my mums stovetop version with Ezy sauce. I reduced the sugar to 80gms and used Pink Lady apples as that's all I had. Made 3.5 small bottles. Thanks for the conversion, now the sauce making tradition in my family can live on, as I was never going to make it on the stovetop.

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  • very nice and makes alot.

    Submitted by frausin on 27. October 2014 - 19:49.

    very nice and makes alot. waiting for hubby to try this when he gets home. I found it a little sweet but it has a very nice flavour.

    Thanks

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  • You have just saved me hours

    Submitted by Juliann g on 12. July 2014 - 20:09.

    You have just saved me hours of my life. I always made sauce the old way and thought I'd try your recipe. Better consistency, hours faster and the same great taste.  Anything to save me de skinning tomatoes is a winner with me! 

    Thanks for my new tradition in sauce making!

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  • Made this and was a hit. My

    Submitted by penny78 on 15. January 2014 - 13:40.

    Made this and was a hit. My boys were hooked on commercial sauce. No more!! I did tone down the sugar though. Thanks for the share. 

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  • I must remember to come back

    Submitted by vee2201 on 28. October 2013 - 23:59.

    I must remember to come back and check feedback more often tmrc_emoticons.)

    You can find Ezy Sauce in Foodland. My local Woollies and Coles don't stock it, but worth asking in case yours do.I'll make a point of weighing how much sauce it makes next batch (soon) and update the recipe.I contacted Cerebos to find out how long you can keep Ezy Sauce in the fridge for. Their reply "We recommend keeping it sealed in the fridge for no longer than 3-4 days".

    Thanks for great feedback. Especially happy the recipe has converted your kids from store bought tmrc_emoticons.D

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  • Looking forward to making

    Submitted by penny78 on 16. September 2013 - 18:38.

    Looking forward to making this. How much does it make? 

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  • This is just like my mum

    Submitted by ThermiKylie on 14. September 2013 - 22:23.

    Big Smile This is just like my mum makes and stands over a huge pot for most of the day. Thanks for the conversion. So yummy, my kids (and hubby) love this recipe. It is definitely a keeper. 

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  • Just wondering what do you do

    Submitted by Thermomanau on 31. August 2013 - 08:12.

    Just wondering what do you do with the rest of the ezi sauce?

     

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  • OMG - this sauce is

    Submitted by Jenny MT on 24. June 2013 - 14:35.

    tmrc_emoticons.) OMG - this sauce is wonderful! I too have tried several sauces trying to get my kids off bought sauce - but they won't touch it. This one tastes just like store bought sauce. Thanks SOOO much!

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  • Excuse the newbie but what s

    Submitted by jfo888 on 30. May 2013 - 20:41.

    Excuse the newbie but what s EZI sauce and where can I buy it ? 

     

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  • this turned out lovely, my

    Submitted by robertson.lisa on 24. March 2013 - 13:34.

    this turned out lovely, my daughter is addicted to bought sauce as well but asked for more of this when she had some.

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  • This is the fist sauce recipe

    Submitted by jacqui mccarthy on 11. March 2013 - 09:53.

    This is the fist sauce recipe I've ever made and I'm so impressed.  My 11 year old son who is addicted to bough sauce even said I have to make more of it cause it's so good and much more flavour in it.  Thank you fo such an easy wonderful recipe to follow

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  • Thanks for the positive

    Submitted by vee2201 on 26. February 2013 - 00:42.

    Thanks for the positive feedback Cathy tmrc_emoticons.)I have to be honest here.. my kids are slightly a bit maybe a lot addicted to tomato sauce. So I haven't been able to keep it long enough to find out how long it will last for! We used to store them sealed in the cupboard. I can't see why you couldn't (providing it's sterilized) until it's opened.I feel the same! I grew up on my Aunty's tomato sauce. I've tried the EDC recipe - which is good - but it can't really compare. I was stunned when I rang my Aunt and asked for her "secret" recipe - and she told me to go to Foodland and buy a bottle of Ezi-Sauce, the recipe is on the back. lol!You may want to cut down on the sugar. I'm not sure whether to change it or not. I followed the ratio to the back of the bottle but personally find it too sweet.

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  • Our family loves this sauce.

    Submitted by Thermomanau on 25. February 2013 - 21:47.

    Our family loves this sauce.  Now to make more batches before the price of tomatoes go up again.  Thank you.  I also agree with Cathym about this conversion. 

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  • Our family loves this sauce.

    Submitted by Thermomanau on 25. February 2013 - 21:46.

    Our family loves this sauce.  Now to make more batches before the price of tomatoes go up again.  Thank you.  I also agree with Cathym about this conversion. 

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  • Thanks so much for posting

    Submitted by CathyM on 18. February 2013 - 15:49.

    Thanks so much for posting this. I will give it a go if i can get my hands on some EZI sauce. i moved to Perth from SA,  20 years ago and always made my mums EZI sauce recipe (the traditional way before Thermie) I always had such a hard time finiding it in WA. I have been doing the ketchup from the EDC and also the My way of cooking cookbook. I love the EDC recip but my husband isnt quite convinced (probably cause its not exactly like the old EZI sauce recipe) So cant wait to give it a go . I  always put Apple in mine too think it make a thicker sauce than the plum.

    Thanks so much for saving me the effort of converting tmrc_emoticons.)

    how long does this last. I fine the others only last in the fridge not in steralised bottles in the cupboard. probably from the lack of cooking in the Thermomix. But wow who wants to stand stirring a pot for 7 hours tmrc_emoticons.~

     

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