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Awesome sauce. Used some fresh herbs for the dried ones. Thanks for sharing.
I was in a pickle tonight when I realized that I had no jarred Spaghetti Sauce in the pantry and Spaghetti was for dinner! Thanks for coming to our rescue with this quick & easy sauce! I followed the ingredients exactly with the following exceptions - left out the green pepper and canned mushrooms ('cause we didn't have any) and held back some of the salt because I always add salt to taste (if possible) to avoid over-salting. I found that about 1/4 T. salt worked for us with the 1/2 t. garlic salt in there too (of course your mileage may vary depending on the salt content of your tomato products). I loved how quick it was to whip together - and imagine it would be wonderful if it was given time to simmer longer as well. I have a feeling after having this sauce my family may not *let* me go back to jarred! Thanks a bunch D.G.!
I thought I had spaghetti sauce in the pantry, but I was out.... this recipe to the rescue! :) I made it mostly as directed, leaving out the green pepper (didn't have any) and the paprika (forgot it). Next time I would add some crushed tomatoes, too. I'll definitely make this again- thanks for sharing!
This is a great basic sauce that I've been using for a year. I like that I can leave out some things and put in some things depending on what I have in the pantry. Very flexible.
This was so gooooood! I did leave out the mushrooms. I also left out the salt since I put the garlic salt in. I also used all of the sugar, brown sugar actually. Also I pureed my onions and peppers w/ a can of the sauce. I like the flavor they give, just dont like the texture. I also liked that the pepper wasnt too over powering. I will definetly make this again.
I made your spaghetti sauce. We really didn't care for it. It was too sweet for our taste. Is the 4 Tablespoons a typo> Maybe it should be 4 tsp.? Sorry.