Mom's Best Spaghetti Sauce Recipe
A long, slow simmer of tomatoes, basil, mushrooms, onions, garlic, salt, pepper, sugar and a pinch of baking soda yields a rich, dark sauce. Stir in Parmesan cheese and keep simmering. Let the flavors meld overnight, then serve with your favorite pasta.
Rich and meaty spaghetti sauce is surprisingly easy to make, and ready in just over an hour. Serve over any variety of hot cooked pasta.
This Italian-inspired tomato sauce is filled with Italian sausage, ground chuck, and the right amount of herbs and spices. It is simmered on the stove for hours, for a flavorful and rich topping for your pasta.
Ground beef and chopped onions are cooked with parsley and olive oil, then simmered with a pleasing blend of tomato juice, tomato sauce, salt, pepper, garlic and just the right amount of Worcestershire to give the sauce an extra kick.
This version of a classic Italian dish combines bacon with ground beef and canned crushed tomatoes in a sauce to be served over spaghetti.
Plenty of browned beef, and bacon make this sauce hearty and flavorful.
Ground beef is simmered with tomatoes, basil, garlic, oregano, salt, pepper, and a package of onion soup mix to add a delicious savor to the sauce. Serve over your favorite pasta and dust with a grating of Parmesan.
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Big, tasty beef meatballs are simmered in an easy Italian tomato sauce in this easy recipe.
This is a good recipe for starters. I am 100% italian and my family owns restuarants all over where I live. My homemade recipe is very similar to this, however I deleted the mushrooms, parmesan cheese, and the baking soda. I add a little more garlic then this recipe calls for and NO water. I also add oregano to mine. When cooking it is important to cook the onions and garlic in some olive oil first. This brings out the flavor. I also add the fresh parsley basil and oregano (chopped), and salt and pepper to that first and cook a few minutes. Then I add the whole tomatoes and the juice in the can, very important to take your hands to them and crush them a little. I let that come to a boil first before adding the sauce. After adding the sauce, I simmer and let it cook for 3 or 4 hours, stirring occasionally with the lid partially on. I also add additional seasoning as I taste and go along. What really turns the sauce unbelievably awesome is that I make meatballs seperately in a frying pan and once they are coo