Secret Spaghetti Sauce Recipe
The 'secret' in this secret spaghetti sauce is that it is loaded with carrots and onions as a way to get extra veggies to your family members. Serve over your favorite pasta.
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.
This meaty tomato sauce is great on your favorite pasta dish!
Chef John's version of a formerly super-secret recipe from the now-closed Gino's restaurant is rich with San Marzano tomatoes and lots of butter.
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 sauce came from a good friend's Italian mother-in-law. It is easy, and by far the best homemade sauce I know of. Great for both spaghetti and lasagna. Pssst...the secret is the sugar! Also, as I am now vegetarian, it tastes great with out the meat! Just substitute two tablespoons olive oil for the beef.
Tomatoes, parsley, garlic, and oregano go for a spin in your food processor before simmering with onion and a dash of white wine in this marinara sauce recipe.
Italian sausage and Merlot wine make this tomato sauce an elegant, delicious favorite.
This is very meaty and not near as acid as most sauces. It's really worth the time. It makes a very large batch, so I often freeze half.