How to make spaghetti sauce from the tomatoes you grew this past summer.

Pictures of spaghetti sauce being made with homegrown tomatoes..

Pot of tomato sauce cooking.
Pot of tomato sauce cooking. | Source
Another picture of pot of tomatoes cooking for sauce.
Another picture of pot of tomatoes cooking for sauce. | Source
Plum tomatoes to be washed and cleaned and ready for to make spaghetti sauce for the up and coming canning season.
Plum tomatoes to be washed and cleaned and ready for to make spaghetti sauce for the up and coming canning season. | Source

I love homemade Spaghetti Sauce.

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What type of Spaghetti pasta do you like?

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Spaghetti pasta and homemade sauce.

 Cooked Spaghetti Pasta and Homemade Sauce served on a plate. Ready to be served to family and friends.
Cooked Spaghetti Pasta and Homemade Sauce served on a plate. Ready to be served to family and friends. | Source

This is my mothers spaghetti sauce recipe.

Hi Gardening Friends

Here is a great Spaghetti Sauce Recipe that my mother used to make for her entire family. I hope if you have lots of tomatoes from your garden you try to make this great spaghetti sauce. This sauce is many times better than the store brought sauce that you get in the local grocery store. And when do you think that sauce was made the one that is in the store sitting on the shelve? This is a sauce that was made from tomatoes that was grown from your garden and you made this sauce yourself. You can take pride in that this is something you made and you have given jars of this out to your family and friends. In which you can say that you made this sauce all by yourself.

Here is my mother Jean Spaghetti Sauce Recipe.

Spaghetti Sauce Recipe

1/2 bushel tomatoes

3 lbs of chopped onions

4 hot peppers any kind that you like to use.

most people use Hungarian yellow wax.

2 heads of garlic

Cook the above until done put through strainer

Add

1 pint Mazzola Oil.

1 tsp Basil

1 tsp of Oregano

1/2 cup of Salt

48 oz of tomato paste

Cook on medium until desired thickness. I don't make it to thick becauce I cook it when I make spaghetti.

Put into hot jars and seal.

Makes 10 to 12 quarts.

After its cools you can go and take canning jars and fill them up and can your sauce.

Or what you can do after it is done cooking on the stove. With your sauce is have some of your favorite kind of paste cooked and placed on your serving plate and put some of your homemade sauce over the hot pasta and serve to family or friends that you are having over to eat.

Here is what to do with some of this homemade sauce that you have made from your tomatoes that you grow this summer.

I hope you all like the spaghetti sauce the way we did growing up

in are family. Let me know if you like this recipe?

Happy Cooking.

Gardener Den

Here is what you can do with some of your sauce that you have made?

Preparing the homemade sauce  for the Lasagna that you are going to make.
Preparing the homemade sauce for the Lasagna that you are going to make. | Source
Making homemade lasagna and using the spaghetti sauce that you made as the sauce for to make your lasagna.
Making homemade lasagna and using the spaghetti sauce that you made as the sauce for to make your lasagna. | Source
Here are two dishes of home made lasagna that needs to now be baked in the oven to cook so your family and friends enjoy the really hot cooked dishes. Hope enjoy them.
Here are two dishes of home made lasagna that needs to now be baked in the oven to cook so your family and friends enjoy the really hot cooked dishes. Hope enjoy them. | Source
Cooked and right from the oven veggie lasagna ready to serve to your family or friends.
Cooked and right from the oven veggie lasagna ready to serve to your family or friends. | Source

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dsletten 8 years ago from United States

Sounds delicious! Great hub.

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