This is a quicker version of my basic tomato sauce. I cut several corners in this recipe, without sacrificing too much. Instead of pureeing the tomatoes for a smooth sauce, I leave it chunky. I do not use a knife or cutting board for the preparation (although you could, of course). Rather, I use an egg slicer to slice mushrooms and a garlic press to mince garlic. The sauce is started when the pot of water for the pasta is put on the stove. When the pasta is cooked, the sauce is ready.
This is so easy. It makes the meat so moist and tasty. I use it a lot, and I don't know why I haven't posted this before. I usually let the steak/beef marinate for more than an hour in the fridge. It's even better longer.
Looking for a no-cook, 5-minute snack? Kids will gobble up these nibbles, container and all! This recipe was adapted from another website, these could also be great party favors for a child's birthday party or sleep-over. You can vary ingredients, if you wish.
I came up with this one night when I was on my own for dinner. I used Recipe #236806 in this recipe, but you can use any teriyaki sauce you like. You can also expand the recipe to a baking dish and cover with foil. You could also do this on the grill.