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The video recipe uses a lot of tomatoes, and the resulting curry appears to be heavily tomato-flavored. The quick paneer butter masala I make myself is very tomato-flavored, on purpose, because my sweetie likes it that way. So if you want a paneer curry that's "less tomatoey", my suggestion is to use a different recipe, one with fewer tomatoes in ...


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Tomatoes being too tart can sometimes be remedied by introducing a different kind of acid that takes precedence on the palate. A teaspoon of cane vinegar, or white wine vinegar, or sometimes even cider vinegar can "replace" the acidic taste that you get from the tomatoes. You're also going to need some good salt to make it all come together. What ...


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You probably use different kind of tomatoes; his looks small and relatively "dry". Sugar can help remove/reduce the acidity in tomato sauces; but that's just it, it won't change the "tomatoey" of the sauce. Make sure you cook the tomato mixture for a while to reduce the liquid so that the resulting sauce is not too liquid and that every ...


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I tried using beets to make a soup that called for tomatoes and I'm quite happy with the results. I diced raw beets very fine and sautéed them in with the onion, adding carrots and celery a few minutes later, since beets take longer to cook. I used paprika and a little turmeric to make the colour look closer to that of tomatoes. I also used about a teaspoon ...


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