This recipe is fabulous! I omitted the sugar and because I couldn't quite get my act together this morning (lol :)) cooked it on HIGH for 3 hours. I loved the mushrooms in it! I will definitely make this again. I served it with Turkey Meatballs and it went together perfectly. This recipe does make a TON of sauce, I think next time I might cut in half but I will enjoy it again & again. Thank you so much for sharing - it's a keeper!
I followed Rita's suggestion of first sauteing the onions, garlic and mushrooms, with some thyme. Because I love the combination of leeks with onions and garlic, I also added 2 leeks. I added salt and freshly ground black pepper, oregano, marjoram, rosemary, sage and a bit more thyme, and I used Aldi's Italian tomatoes. This such an easy recipe, and it was great to be able to just add the meatballs - I made diner524's German Meatballs - and forget about the whole dish. I do love good crockpot recipes. This is a really easy and flavoursome spaghetti sauce: I'll be making this again and again! Both to eat right away and to put in the freezer. I particularly love the fact that there is no tomato paste or other ingredients full of chemicals in this. Thank you again, MsSally, for a really fabulous recipe. Made for Every "DAY" Is A Holiday!
This sauce is really good, although I am not used to the sweetness of it that the sugar brings. I think next time I'll put in a little less sugar
This turned out good and was easy to prepare. It seemed to be missing something though, I'll have to keep experimenting to kick it up a touch. I added a chopped green pepper to it and used it for lasagna. Thanks for posting.
I sauteed the onions, garlic and mushroom like Rita did. Since I didn't have Italian spices, I used 1 tbs of oregano, 1 tbs of thyme, 1 tbs of basil. The taste is very good. Thanks MsSally :) Made for 123 hit wonders.
I sauteed the onions mushrooms and garlic then added to the cookpot with the rest of the ingredients. I seasoned with salt and papper. Thanks