I loved this recipe. I did kinda fudge it by being too lazy on a Sunday morning to mince garlic so by using dehydrated minced garlic and adding a BIG pinch of basic a Italian seasoning mix. This turned out great. Cheap and easy and can be multiplied or divided to suit your purposes very easily. Freezes well also.
I was so happy to find a recipe that called for things I already had! This worked out great on my homemade pizzas. I will be using this recipe again. Thanks for posting.
Well, I too ran out of pizza sauce when I needed it so gave you recipe a try. It was fantastic. Why would I spend almost $2 for a can of pizza sauce when this is so much more economical and tastes just as good. I used this in some homemade pizza rolls and then for the dipping sauce. It is really good. Thank you so much for this great sauce recipe.
so great when you run out of pizza sauce! Even better because I had all the ingredients on hand too! Thanks Bonnie for a quick and delish pizza sauce! ;)
Made this because I had no pizza sauce and I was trying to find something in a pinch that I had all the ingredients on hand. Would make this again. Just before simmering I added a 1/3 cup of parm cheese. Everyone liked it.
Quick, easy, and tasty. I needed something in a hurry and this was the recipe I turned to. The only thing I added was a little sugar. Thanks for the recipe!
A very yummy sauce. I have made it a couple of times. The second time I did not have tomato paste so I omitted the paste and the water and substituted two cans of tomato soup instead, and it worked quite well. I will make again! I like a little bit of kick so I added a few shakes of cayenne pepper as well. Nice because all ingredients are usually on hand. Thanks for sharing.
easy to make! I added sme sugar to sweeten it up a bit and also added alittle more ing. than what it said. just my personal preferance. I froze the rest and used them later for pizza sticks.