WOW, Kittencal! I don't know how I missed this one! This smelled sooooooooooo good! I have changed up my diet to Nutritarian, so left out Oil, Salt, Wine (replaced with 2 T Red Wine vinagar). I have already cheated and put over my zucchini squash, I had prepared with my Spirooli , yummmmmmm.
As always another fantastic recipe by Kittencal. I am using this sauce tonight to make the spinach manicotti and can't wait to taste these two recipes together. I made this exactly as listed and it tastes fantastic.
As always, a fantabulous offering from Kittencal! I have made this several times now, and even made two gigantic pots for a church dinner, and it is always thick, flavorful--perfect, in a word! I cooked the onion in the oil and wine first so that all of the alcohol would evaporate--which it did--and used diced tomatoes instead of whole. I don't like spicy things much, but the red pepper flakes are essential and don't add as much heat as I thought they would. My daughter said her friends were still talking about it at church a month later, and think I am the best cook in the world. I'm not, but you make me look good! Thanks again!
One can always trust Kittencal's Recipes even if you've never made them before!! I've never made homemade marinara sauce before and this was just delicious!! I omitted the wine, used 1/2 the amount of tomatoes and 1 1/2 times the amount of the tomato paste. This was a great sauce that I will make everytime i want marinara sauce. I served it with Ravioli (Dough and Choice of 4 Fillings). Thanks Kittencal! :)
Oh my! Delicious!
WOW! This is really good! I don't eat sugar so I left that out and I also didn't have any wine. The next time I make this I will include the wine but I don't see how any improvement is necessary!
This made a lovely, rich, thick sauce and we really liked the flavour. I left out the red wine and crushed red pepper flakes as our toddler was having some but it still had a good flavour to it. Really easy to make too! I didn't feel the need to add sugar and cut the oil to 2tbsp so it was Weight Watcher friendly too. A good all-rounder!
the best!! My Nonna would also give this 5 stars
This is delicious - I paired it with Kittencal's meatballs and it all came out wonderfully! I used San Marzano tomatoes (2 28oz cans). I am embarrassed to say I have never made homemade meatballs and I am so pleased. I was disappointed at Publix they did not have ground pork so I had to settle for mild italian sausage. I kept everything else the same - even the spices. Next time I'm going to hold out for ground pork to follow exactly!
Awesome sauce! I make a big batch in my slow cooker and can it so I can use it whenever! Thank-you Kittencal!