Total Time: 2 hours
Yield: Sauce for 4 meals
Source: My Italian grandma!
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I had just enough left over spaghetti sauce until I found out we were having an extra guest. No problem, I was able to improvise on the spot with fresh tomatoes and onions.
After starting the pasta, I realized I didn't have any seasoning packets or jars of sauce, so I decided to try making one of my own. We liked it so well I decided to share it.
The seasonings give it the best flavor! Brown meat and garlic; drain well. Saute vegetables, except carrot, in olive oil. Combine everything and simmer about 3-4 hours, stirring frequently.
"It's Wednesday, Prince Spaghetti Day" - only in New England.
Brown hamburger and drain. Then combine all ingredients. I like to cook it on low heat for at least 4 hours. This makes a thick sauce. . .
Spray large skillet with cooking spray. Add chicken, cook and stir on medium-high heat 4 min. or until no longer pink.
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When making pasta sauce, from the jar or from scratch, add in a tablespoon of powdered cocoa. It makes the sauce richer. Yum.
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Does anyone have a really good homemade spaghetti sauce recipe that they would like to share. Could you also include the amounts used of everything (including spices or herbs), and how much sauce it makes?
If you look under recipes and then sauces you will find many recipes for what you are looking for. I have posted an excellent recipe for spagetti sauce there.
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Has anyone ever added a can of beef broth as one of the ingredients when making homemade italian spaghetti sauce? I saw a couple recipes that included beef broth as part of the recipe.I was going to try it, but didn't want to take a chance on maybe ruining the recipe? Thanks for replies!
Does anyone have a good recipe for making Italian spaghetti sauce, including the amount Of spices, or herbs to use. I would like to make about 2 quarts. I know spices and herbs are a personal choice, but if I could get some idea as to the approximate amount to use, I could probably adjust it to my taste. Thanks for all replies.
I cook up a pound of ground Italian sausage with an onion and then drain and blot with paper towels. I then add a small can of mushrooms, a cut red pepper, and about 1 - 2 tsp of dried Italian seasoning (or you could use half oregano and half basil). I also add two garlic cloves as I like garlic. I use the canned spaghetti sauce (Hunts) as a base and add diced tomatoes to that. I like to simmer for awhile to blend the flavors. I've also cooked it in my crockpot all afternoon. There's no science to making it so just add stuff until it tastes good to you. If you like more garlic, add more, if you like things hot add a can of diced tomatoes with green chiles. I've never had a bad batch yet. Have fun!
1/4 c. minced onion
2 peeled garlic cloves
5 tablespoons olive oil
16 oz can crushed tomatoes
6 oz can tomayo paste
12 oz water
3 and half teaspoon salt
1.2 teasppon pepper
half bay leaf
1 fourth pound mushrooms
a half cup parmesan cheese
1 small minced onion
1 teaspoon sage
cook over low heat in pot for about a hour if thicker sauce is desired cook till thickened.
This spaghetti sauce recipe is a huge hit with my family and friends. It makes 4 quarts, tho. You may freeze or can.
1/2 Cup Salad oil
4 med. garlic minced
4 small onions diced
Cook 10 min.
2 tbsp. parsley flakes
2 tbsp. salt
2 tsp. pepper
1 tsp. fennel seeds
2-12 oz cans tomato paste
1/4 cup sugar
2 tbsp oregano
2 tsp. basil
2 bay leaves.
16 tomatoes peeled (I blanch them to make the peeling process easier)
Simmer 2 hours covered. Throw out bay leaves. I like to put the sauce in a blender before putting in jars or freezer bags. (my family doesn't like the stringy tomato texture)
I usually buy the jarred organic pasta sauce (25 ounce size), add 1 small can tomato paste and 1/2 teaspoon of freshly ground anise seed. Let it simmer at least 20 mins., stirring occasionally (and keep the lid on so it doesn't splatter the stove).
Where we live, Dallas, TX, good tomatoes are hard to find in the grocery store and expensive.
A friend many years ago once made pasta sauce from scratch and complained bitterly that she spent $12 on the tomatoes alone and it wasn't that tasty after all.
Here's a couple recipes I got from "Top Secret Recipes":
Ragu Meat Sauce
2 oz Ground Beef, browned and drained
29 0z can Tomato Sauce
5 tsp Granulated Sugar
4 tsp Olive Oil
1 &frac; tsp minced Dried Onion
1 &frac; tsp shredded Romano
1/8 tsp ground Black Pepper
1 Bay Leaf
Ragu Tomato, Basil & Italian Cheese Sauce
29 oz can Tomato Sauce
&frac; cup canned, diced Tomatoes
5 tsp granulated Sugar
1 Tblsp Olive Oil
1 Tblsp shredded Romano
1 tsp Parmesan
1 tsp dried Basil
&frac; tsp dried Parsley
&frac; tsp Garlic Powder
1/8 tsp Black Pepper
1 Bay Leaf
I am looking for recipe for spaghetti made with bacon. I think it's called English Spaghetti. Can someone help me out?
This is a page about fixing a burnt flavor in spaghetti sauce. Spaghetti sauce is notorious for burning if not well tended to. Removing the burnt taste can save your sauce.
This page contains Mazette sauce recipes. This delicious pasta sauce generally includes mushrooms, onion, and peppers in a tomato based meat sauce.