Tomatoes are part of a healthy diet as they are low in calories, fat, added sugar and as they are loaded with powerful antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and are also full of flavour.
Tinned Tomatoes are a store cupboard staple for a reason – they’re convenient, versatile, good value for money and have a long shelf life – but why are canned tomatoes better than fresh for cooking?
Since tomatoes are canned so quickly after harvest, the nutrients are locked in the can. That means MORE antioxidants, vitamins and minerals and because they always have a bit of salt added – 0.1% before they get canned, their beautiful tomato flavour is amplified.
Plus, it’s good to remember that you can freeze tinned tomatoes in a bag if you don’t use the whole tin at once.
Use canned tomatoes as a staple ingredient in sauces, soups, stews and chilis. Also try replacing ketchup with another canned tomato product or tomato paste. It tastes similar and contains less sodium and sugar.
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