Roma Sauce Maker & Food Strainer - HM100

How to Can Tomatoes at Home

How to Can Tomatoes at Home

  • In stock. Ships from our warehouse in Northern California.

An indispensable tool for the home cook and gardener!

With this you can quickly and easily make healthy homemade sauces, jams, jellies, wines, juices and even purees for baby foods from just about any fruit or vegetable. No more peeling or coring.

Simply turn the handle and the seeds and skins separate from the puree.

Comes with an extra large capacity hopper and basin and includes one multi-purpose stainless steel screen.

Has a dual mounting system - use either the suction cup base or the c-clamp base.

Top rack dishwasher safe.

The optional four piece accessory kit (purchased separately) makes the Roma an even more versatile tool. Make your own salsa, strain the seeds from strawberries, or create puree for pumpkin pie.

The kit includes a plastic grape spiral for separating the seeds and skins for making juices and jellies or wine and 3 additional stainless steel screens: the berry screen removes seeds from berries; the salsa screen makes chunky puree for salsa and chili and the pumpkin screen purees pumpkins, squash, potatoes and yams.

Please Note: The return policy for this product is different from our standard return policy because this product is used to process food. Within 30 days from the date of purchase, if you wish to return it, there is a 15% restocking fee as well as a $35 scrap fee because the product cannot be resold. Refunds are contingent upon inspection of the item once we receive it. Customer is responsible for all shipping costs if seller is not at fault. If an item is received damaged or is incorrectly shipped by us please contact Customer Service immediately (888) 784-1722 x 125.


  • Item Model Number: HM100
  • Shipping Dimensions: 15 x 13 x 7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7 pounds

Customer Reviews

Gets the job done fast

I used this to process pounds and pounds of tomatoes and it worked like a champ. Love that it is easy to assemble and disassemble for easy cleaning. Bought the extra kit for processing grapes for wine. Would recommend!

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Sturdy and well Made

I have heard raves about these for years and finally decided to forgo my vintage food mill that I make applesauce with. So easy to use and so sturdy. My applesauce was beautiful and grape juice was a breeze. I even left the stems on.

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Roma Sauce Maker

I've used this once with blackberries and I wasn't that impressed. It was messy and blackberry juice came out in places it shouldn't have. It didn't separate the seeds well, even using the correct attachment. When I decided to stop using it and put it away, I cut my thumb really badly trying to pick up the base of the unit. The only reason I gave this 3 stars is because the manufacturer was great and offered a credit or replacement.

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Works pretty well

I used this with tomatoes, and it worked pretty well. I kept getting tomato juice coming out where the handle goes in, and because my counter top is not smooth, the suction cup didn't work. Next time I will try it somewhere I can use the clamp. But it did make pretty short work of the tomatoes, and separated the seeds and skin quite well. I also used the recipe in the back for the Italian sauce. It was delicious, although thin until we added tomato paste. I can't wait to try it again!

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