Yummy addition to pasta, cheese spreads, salads on toasted crispy bread, grilled fish or chicken, pizza toppings, etc. You can jar it and use as needed! The olive oil is a judgment call on you own taste. If you want it thick and chunky or creamy.
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Similar to Subway's sweet and spicy glaze. Tastes wonderful on chicken (personally I like to melt some American cheese on top and make a sandwich). I'm sure it would go well with pork or any other white meat also... enjoy! Todd Wilbur- TSR recipe
* consider if mixture ends up too acidic add some extra sugar and vice versa if its too sugary add an extra half to whole tablespoon of vinegar
Recipe using Good Seasons Italian Seasoning Mix from the side of the box! Placed here for safe keeping. States it is excellent as a salad dressing or as a marinade for chicken, flank steak, fish or shrimp.
Adapted from Martin Yan's Chinese Cooking for Dummies. This is my favorite stir-fry sauce. It makes enough for two meals. Having extra on hand makes for a quick meal. My son will actually eat vegetables he can dip in the sauce! WARNING about the amount of soy sauce. When I used Kikkoman soy sauce, I found this sauce far too salty. I now use Angostura, which is much lower in salt. When adding soy sauce, start with less than half the amount and slowly add more to taste. Using vegetable broth makes this vegetarian. Yield: 1 3/4 cups (couldn't get that amount entered)
I am not a big fan of red sauce and I usually enjoy white pizza over pizza with red sauce.... until this recipe. I was actually tasting it off the spoon and enjoying it! This recipe makes enough for 2 store bought pizza crusts. Hope you like it too! Buon appetito!
I don't remember where I got this from but I love this recipe because it's just tomatoes. I know there's a few other on here seasoned with oil and herbs (which I'm dying to try). I use these when I don't want to compromise the flavor of the dish I'm making :O) These never make it to a jar to be stored. They're still a tiny bit soft with a loaded sweet flavor! There's nothing to measure so you can choose how many you want to make!I had to put in an amount to post it...
I've used this for more than 20 years. After the mixture cools, I pour it into a ziplock bag and toss in the beef, squeezing out the air. After marinating, season meat as normal. 6/2001 update: I've used white wine in place of red to marinade pork ribs with an exceptional outcome. For ribs don't forget to remove silverskin (easy to do by pulling away with a paper towel) and season as usual. Apply a bbq or finishing sauce to complete in final minutes of cooking.