My best spaghetti sauce starts with ground beef, onions, green pepper, garlic, sweet basil, organo, salt and pepper. After browning all those in a skillet, I drain it on brown paper and then add it to crushed tomatoes, tomato paste and let simmer for about an hour. At that time I add 1/3 cup of granulated sugar to cut the acid in the tomatoes. Wala! You have spaghetti sauce.
Begin by putting tomato sauce and crushed tomatoes in a large pot, add 1tsp. salt, 1/2 tsp. pepper. Add 1/4 cup wine, 1/4 tsp. oregano, 1tsp. garlic salt and 1 tsp. Italian seasoning Then set the stove to simmer and place a lid on the pot. It should simmer at least 1 hr before it will be ready. Stir every 5-8 minutes.
In 3 table spoons olive oil, saute the chopped green pepper after about 2 minutes add the chopped onions, when the onions become transparent add the minced garlic and the sliced mushrooms. Cook until the mushrooms are slightly brown, then add entire mixture to the tomato pot to simmer.
In 1 tbs. olive oil brown ground beef and ground pork. Add 1/8 tsp. salt and 1/8 tsp. pepper, drain off fat and add to tomato sauce pot to simmer,
In 1 tbs. olive oil brown Italian sausage brats sliced, drain off fat and add to the tomato sauce pot to simmer.
After about 1 hour simmer time check sauce, if ready let stand 10 minutes before serving!
by Selina Kyle4 years ago
How do I make homemade spaghetti sauce?
by GA Anderson6 years ago
How do you make good, thick spaghetti sauce?
by dappledesigns3 years ago
Why do brands put so much sugar in spaghetti sauce?Is it for taste or preservation?
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by Phyllis Doyle Burns2 years ago
What would you grow in a "Spaghetti Garden"?No, you cannot grow the noodles. However, you can grow the ingredients that would go into the spaghetti sauce recipe. What would you grow?
by Valerie Washington6 years ago
When cooking spaghetti, which is more important to you-seasoning the meat or seasoning the sauce?In other words, do you season your ground beef to perfection (like I do) and just throw some jarred spaghetti sauce with...
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