Source: Food Network – http://www.foodnetwork.com/
What to do with that last scoop of tomato paste left at the bottom of the can? Freeze it in an ice cube tray. Here are 11 more ingredients worth putting into your tray.
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Those tiny compartments are perfect for preserving single-serving portions of leftover condiments and ingredients that are too small to keep around in the fridge but too tasty (or expensive) to throw out. Once your cubes are frozen, pop them from the tray into a resealable freezer bag for easy access the next time you need a tablespoon or two. You may want to measure what your tray holds, so you can use the right number of cubes in recipes.
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