We liked it better as a dipping sauce than a pizza sauce. Not sure why. Thanks Kittencal! Made for Help a Naked Recipe game.
I made pizza last night and wanted to make my own sauce. I found this one. This is a really good sauce. everyone loved it. I used the basic pizza dough recipe on this site which I always use. Thanks for another great recipe kittencal!!
This sauce tasted really good on my pizza I made 2nite.
This was a yummy sauce for my pizza. I used no salt added tomato sauce and paste, No Salt, and Truvia(instead of sugar)it turned out very good. I loved that I didn't have to cook the sauce.
Finally, I found a sauce that I don't have to cook, my kitchen is way to hot to be using the stove. I could easily eat this sauce by itself, and I did after I ran out of pizza to dip in it (pizza had this sauce on it too) DD loved it too, and she's normally not mch of a tomato product lover. This is perfect. Thanks so much.
I wanted a sauce recipe that I could use to make the Pizza Grilled Cheese that I found in a Taste of Home Quick Cooking cookbook (someone also posted it on Zaar - Grilled Cheese Pizza). This fit the bill and looked like I could easily reduce the sodium content by using No Salt Added tomato products. The taste is amazing and my husband and I are looking forward to using it to make actual pizza and for dipping in the future. Thanks so much for posting!!!!!!!!!!
This is stellar! DH came home from work, stuck his finger in this sauce, and exclaimed, "Where did ths come from?" We absolutely loved it. It was great both on our pizza and as a dipping sauce for ravioli. Thanks Kitten!
great recipe! i actually didn't have tomato paste or sauce. I just used whole peeled tomatoes and few fresh tomatoes and blended it all together. Instead of not-cooking it, i did cook it b/c my sauce was so runny. In oil i sautÃ©ed the garlic with the oregano, basil, paprika, and cayenne pepper and added the tomato mixture. I did also add 2 teaspoons for ground black pepper (personal preference). I'm sure it sounds like i chopped up your recipe but the measurements are just perfect for the amount of sauce, which is what I always have a hard time with. Also, i would have never thought to add sugar but it definitely made all the difference with the flavor of tomatoes for the sauce. So thank you for not letting me over or under season!
Well, Kit, the gals at the forum said this is a delicious sauce, so I tried it out on DH tonight. We both think it just replaced the sauce I have used for years. DEEEElish! I paired it with DH's favorite "Amazing Whole Wheat Crust" (from another site) and topped it with mushrooms, and a mix of grated moz and asiago cheeses. Like zoegirl, I was sorely tempted to take a big ol' spoonful right from the mixing bowl. The fragrance is incredible! So good I'm going to make a bunch ahead and freeze it! Thanks for the keeper!
I was looking for a pizza sauce to make that didn't require alot of dificulty and included ingredients I already had on hand. I knew you would come thru for me Kit. One small deviation, I doubled the recipe because I was using a quart of stewed tomatoes (in place of the sauce) that I placed in my food processor along with the other ingredients. Gave it all a whirl for about 1 minute and presto...sauce. I did take your advice and refrigerated over night for the flavors to marry. Now I have plenty of x-tra in the freezer for whenever. :-)