This was a very good basic pizza sauce. I was not going to have time to refrridgerate overnight, so I heated the olive oil in a suace pan and saute fresh garlic, instead of powdered, for about 2 minutes, then added the rest of the ingredients and let it simmer for a few hours to develop the flavors. I only used 1 tablespoon of Italian seasoning and 3/4 tsp of salt which was perfect for us. I also added some parmesan cheese at the end of simmering. Turned out really good. May add me crushed red pepper flakes next time. This made a lot, so I put the leftovers in the freezer. Thanks for sharing.
2Bleu, this is 2delicious 2be this easy! Versatile little recipe you have going on here. I have made it a few times, mostly for pasta sauce, but last night, for Pepperoni French Bread Pizza and it was excellent. I halved the crushed red peppers 'cos sometimes my family can be a little wimpish when it comes to spicy foods..shhhhh. Thanks for an awesomely easy, and quite tasty recipe that will be enjoyed many more times in our household!
This is the way I've always been making pizza sauce. I add extra virgin olive oil for extra taste and sometimes fresh garlic. The red pepper flakes are a nice addition.Didn't think of adding it to pasta,but I'll have to try it next time.
Great little recipe here. I made a 1/2 amount as I was just making one 12" pizza (Mushroom Pepper Pizza, Healthier) and there was more than enough. As the name promises it takes almost no time at all and while it is tasty on it's own it doesn't overpower the rest of the pizza. I'll be using this again.
This was good and so easy to make. I followed the recipe as written other then I only added one teaspoon of salt and I didn't add the optional crushed red pepper flakes. I used it for dipping my Pepperoni Bread. This was really tasty. We all enjoyed it.
I was out of tomato sauce and substituted another can of tomato paste instead, along with adding water until I achieved my desired consistency. Also, I totally made this in my 2 qt. Crockette while I was out all day; just dumped it all in and stirred. The house smelled so great walking in! This is now my one and only recipe for pizza sauce!
This sauce is one of the best and also so easy to do. I like that it requires no cooking. I omitted the red pepper flakes in case my son would eat pizza (I made Grilled Veggie Sausage Pizza). I omitted the salt. I wouldn't change a thing. And I would do it again for sure. Thanks 2Bleu :) Made for Holiday tag.
Oh WOW! This is fantastic! I doubled the recipe to make my favorite ravioli recipe. I wasn't disappointed. Fantastic! I will use this as my go to sauce. (We also used this for dipping homemade bread sticks. Yummy!) Thank you for sharing this wonderful recipe 2Bleu! Made for PRMR
This is a fast and tasty pizza sauce! My family and I really enjoyed the flavor, especially that little spiciness that comes from the added crushed red pepper in the sauce. We also decided that it's also excellent to use as dipping sauce for breadsticks! Thank you for sharing this great recipe 2Bleu!
This is pretty dang good and really fast. I added a splash of red wine yummy. I think that I will use another reviewers suggestion of using sun dried tomatoe paste next time. But this is quick, tastey and better the next day after the flavors mingle. Thank you for posting 2Bleu.