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 Tomato Sauce Recipe

Tomato Sauce Recipe

I have tried more tomato sauce recipes than I care to think about, some with great success, some not so. Working in Italy a few years ago I came across a recipe which intrigued me; the sauce was not only packed with lovely vegetables to create a great flavor, it was cooked in a very particular way. The ingredients for the sauce are layered in a specific order, then cooked without any stirring, simply a shake of the pan from time to time. The result, a super-tasty sauce where all the ingredients remain distinct yet are wrapped together with a strong tomato undertone.

The sauce with slight adaptations has become my favorite sauce of all time. The bold flavor makes it a great sauce for many recipes. The tomato sauce makes not only a fab sauce for pasta, with stock it becomes a great soup, passed through a sieve becomes a fine sauce to serve with fish, a base for quiches and with the addition of a few spices and a little vinegar and a quick boil, a great ketchup.

The sauce is perfect to use up a glut of fresh tomatoes, but if you are stuck then use tinned which also work well.

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March 9, 2013 at 1:44 am
(1) tdalton001@nycap.rr.com says:

This cant be the best sauce evr its made with ground beef which we all know has no flavor at all to make grrat sauce u should use meats like pork or lamb or just the bones and some salt pork which has fat that will add flavor!

April 11, 2013 at 3:08 am
(2) britishfood says:

There is no meat in this sauce

March 11, 2013 at 9:09 am
(3) britishfood says:

The person berating the meat in this sauce needs to go back and read the recipe, this is a tomato sauce recipe, not a meat sauce….duh.

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