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    There is a method to making the perfect sauce and that is a very long slow cooking time then refrigerate to blend the flavors, a good sauce needs time to "ripen" and develop it's full flavor, this sauce must be made a day or even up 4 days ahead in order for the flavors to intensify, the longer you leave it refrigerated the better it will be --- this recipe makes a fair amount use what you need then freeze the rest in plastic containers for another meal, for a quick thaw just pop in the microwave for about 8 minutes or a little more or thaw in refrigerator overnight, if desired you may partially precook the meatballs on a greased baking sheet in oven before adding to the sauce --- you will love this sauce and you will be making it often! ---- also see my recipe#150207

    Recipe #71273

    I saw this on the Food Network show Quick Fix Meals the other day. I liked the fact that there were no cream or eggs involved in this recipe.

    Recipe #250999

    This very tasty and only five ingredients. Adapted from Fast Fix Five Ingredient cookbook.

    Recipe #152815

    6 Reviews |  By Redsie

    Delicious! I used a Kraft recipe which I changed a bit and it came out great!

    Recipe #179152

    From: Ciao Italia Pronto by Mary Ann Esposito ---------- "A typical Neapolitan ragu is a meat sauce made with beef or pork or a combination of both that is cooked slowly with tomatoes. This was the sauce that simmered for hours on the back burner in a large pot on Sunday morning while the family went to mass. Upon returning home, the smell of it permeated the house, and we could hardly wait to have that plate of macaroni mixed with a sauce that was so flavorful and sweet tasting that we wiped our plates clean with a slice of bread to mop up an left behind driblets. This is a great do-ahead sauce. It can be made 4-5 days ahead, and it can also be frozen for months. This is my grandmother Anna Galasso's recipe, the one she carried with her in her head all the way from Avellino, Italy to her new home in America". Saving Time, use a food processor to mince and chop the vegetables. To save time, make this sauce on the weekend, and freeze some for future use. Use a food processor to mince and chop the vegetables. NOTE: The sauce (with the meat) can be frozen in batches for future use for lasagne, pasta dishes, with vegetables such as green beans, zucchini, and eggplant, and over pizza.----------For those of you that don't know Maryanne Esposito, let me introduce you to a marvelous cook, who cooks only "Authentic" Italian food, and it is incredible! I had the priviledge of meeting Maryanne at a woman's luncheon many years ago, and she has her own cooking show on Channel 11 in NH. She and her husband, who is a local doctor, live in the next town from where I used to live and work.

    Recipe #281154

    From: Maryanne Esposito - Ciao Italia------------ Mushrooms Sauce for pasta is a nice alternative to tomato sauce, and goes especially well with whole wheat fettucine. This is a rich dish, so a little goes a long way. This sauce makes enough for 1 lb. of pasta. For those of you that don't know Maryanne Esposito, let me introduce you to a marvelous cook, who cooks only "Authentic" Italian food, and it is incredible! I had the priviledge of meeting Maryanne at a woman's luncheon many years ago, and she has her own cooking show on Channel 11 in NH. She and her husband, who is a local doctor, live in the next town from where I used to live and work.

    Recipe #281240

    It is written that the olive is a gift from the gods. Certainly no food is more revered than the oil extracted from this ancient fruit that is known today for its health benefits as well as its culinary fame. In this no-cook olive sauce two types of olives, Kalamata and Cerignola, are blended together to make a piquant sauce that is sensational not only on pasta like Pici but on fish, bruschetta, and pizza and mixed into bread dough. The intensity of the flavors allows one to use the sauce sparingly (1/2 cup will sauce about 1/2 pound of pasta) and it will keep for a couple of weeks in the refrigerator if the top is covered with a thin layer of olive oil. If you do not have an olive pitter to remove the pits, use a wide-bottomed jar to smash each olive; this easily removes the pit. Note: If you prefer a hot-tasting olive sauce, add 1 teaspoon dried red pepper flakes to the sauce. This recipe is from Mangia Pasta by Mary Ann Esposito. ---------- For those of you that don't know Maryanne Esposito, let me introduce you to a marvelous cook, who cooks only "Authentic" Italian food, and it is incredible! I had the priviledge of meeting Maryanne at a woman's luncheon many years ago, and she has her own cooking show on Channel 11 in NH. She and her husband, who is a local doctor, live in the next town from where I used to live and work.

    Recipe #281157

    I had some pistachios in the freezer that I needed to use up and I developed this recipe. I think it came out quite nicely, not too sweet. Hazelnuts or almonds can be substituted for the pistachios (make sure to toast them first). Let me know what you think!

    Recipe #69884

    These are so much better than any store-bought bread crumbs, use in any recipe calling for seasoned breadcrumbs, they make a wonderful breading for baked chicken and fish --- store in the fridge or freezer and use when needed --- the recipe can be reduced to one loaf of bread if desired, since I use these on a regular basis I most always make two loaves.

    Recipe #203857

    13 Reviews |  By ~Nimz~

    This is one of my favorite Spaghetti sauces. Serve with a salad and crisp french bread.

    Recipe #84085

    This is a very easy recipe to make. The mushrooms, chicken cubes, creamy sauce and Parmesan cheese mixed with spaghetti noodles makes for a great dinner. My whole family loves it and asks for it often. This recipe is from my My Great Recipes card file.

    Recipe #204777

    This is my family's favorite bread when we decide to have paninis for lunch !!!

    Recipe #244474

    My kids will give up a steak dinner for this spaghetti. It is a recipe I have been perfecting for years and it is so good (if I may humbly say) that my kids are disappointed when they eat spaghetti anywhere else but home! In fact they tell me I should open a restaurant and serve only this spaghetti and garlic bread. In response to requests, I have posted the recipe for Recipe #28559 that uses approximately 1/2 of the sauce from this recipe. Have spaghetti one night and lasagna later! Thanks to all of you who have tried my recipe and have written a review. I read and appreciate every one of them! Chef Note: After I posted this recipe I remembered a funny incident--my dear husband usually has a nice bottle of wine handy so when I make a batch of spaghetti I just help myself to a splash of it. On one occasion, there wasn't a bottle opened, but there was a bottle sitting on the counter so I got out the corkscrew and helped myself. For some reason, the spaghetti that night was the best ever. My husband asked what wine I put in it and I showed him the bottle. He nearly fell off the chair. I had opened a rather expensive bottle he had bought to give his boss. Goes to show you--don't use a wine for cooking you wouldn't drink. You get the best results from a good wine!

    Recipe #22782

    Over the past few years there's been several public searches for the best pizza in America and believe it or not, Phoenix Chef Chris Bianco is the hands down winner! There's only five ingredients needed to make a basic pizza dough! So what does he do differently? According to Chef Bianco, it's all in how it's handled. The following recipe is ideal for most pizzas, even great for grilled pizzas! Read the directions carefully before beginning. If you're ever in Phoenix, Bianco's Pizza is a must! UPDATE: The only way we bake pizza today is on the grill using this innovative pan . . . http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0002OOMSA/ref=oss_product . An absolute must!!!!

    Recipe #236785

    Two cans and two minutes later, this delicious side dish will be on the table. Add a can of tuna to cold leftovers and you can have it for lunch the next day.

    Recipe #135487

    This is a recipe I cut from the TV Guide almost 20 years ago! Anyone remember Pasquale's cooking show? I believe the actual name of this recipe was "piccola polpetta" which means small meatball. This makes a very nice light, thin sauce which is simply delicious. To keep it simple or in off season you can substitute a can of tomatoes in place of the fresh but in season the sauce is devine with the fresh tomatoes.

    Recipe #189817

    Garlicky, lemony Italian-style grilled steaks served with steamed spinach. Adapted from a recipe on Huey's website. Huey (Iain Hewitson) is a popular Australian chef who hosts a TV show twice each weekday and has written several books. He also owns Tolarno's restaurant in Melbourne.

    Recipe #136215

    1 Reviews |  By Ilysse

    I LOVE this sauce. This is for meat lovers as there isn't much tomato to it but it has a wonderful flavor. I like it with a thick pasta like rigatoni to scoop it up or a paparadelli.

    Recipe #108171

    This is a favourite recipe that I found years ago in our local newspaper.

    Recipe #64635

    Pasta in 'angry' sauce - yummy! My favorite type of pasta sauce. Can easily adjust spices to your liking.

    Recipe #256286

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