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EXCELLENT SPAGHETTI! This is almost identical to my sauce except I add 1/2 cup sweet vermouth wine, a large sweet onion and a bit more garlic (we love garlic). So glad to find this; now I don't have to post mine. I grind up the mushrooms when the guests we're having tonight come because he swears he doesn't like mushrooms, but "wouldn't change a thing" in this sauce. It must be a texture thing--who knows.
My family loves this spaghetti sauce recipe. Easy to make and yummy!!!
best sauce EVER! I use this anytime I need spaghetti sauce and I refuse to buy store bought sauce EVER AGAIN! Thank you so much for this recipe it is #1 in and the only one in my book!
The best recipe! Super easy to make. I will not use a jar sauce again! Thanks! Plus this was the first time I have ever made homemade sauce!
Bev...wonderful recipe. Loved it. My first ever homemade spaghetti sauce and it was a hit. THANK YOU!!
I keep serching for a better pasta sauce,new and improved.... This sauce is right up there with the best ones I've tried, thanks for posting. Randy
I've been making spaghetti sauce the same way for about 2 years now. Wanted to try something new so I chose this one. Wow am glad I did. This was better than any other sauce I've ever had including store bought. This is truly restaurant quality. The only thing I did different was addes 1-3/4 teaspoon of brown sugar, omitted the olive oil and added about a cup of water so I could simmer it for a long time. I also drained my hamburger grease before adding any seasonings. This should be in bottles on store shelves-it's that good. Thank you so much for sharing this Bev-I will never make it any other way! Absolutely delicious!
This sauce is the best I've ever tasted. The only changes I made were I added more garlic, chopped green bell pepper,and instead of ground beef I used ground turkey sausage. It was marvelous. Thanks a lot for sharing :)
Another 5 star review for this wonderful spaghetti sauce! I used 1 lb. of lean ground beef and 1/2 lb. of ground Italian sausage in my sauce, and I think the sausage added a great flavor. I also decided to add 2 Tbsp. of sugar to offset the acidity of the tomatoes. I chopped the tomatoes up finer in my food processor because my family prefers their sauce less chunky. We really enjoyed our spaghetti tonight, and I have enough sauce left over to make another meal later in the week. Thank you Bev, for sharing your recipe!
Excellent spaghetti sauce. I didn't have enough time to simmer it the full time on the first day, but simmered it longer before serving the next day and it was so delicious.