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EXCELLENT!! I didn't have any tomato paste so I just used a can of tomato sauce instead of the paste and water. Did everything else the same and it turned out GREAT!! Thank you so much for this recipe!! I will use it weekly!!! :)
I made this with 3/4 cup of Hunt's canned tomato sauce. Used 1 tbsp olive oil, 1 tsp each of oregano, parsley and basil, 3 large flakes of garlic (crushed), 3/4 tsp salt and just 1/4 cup of water. To this I added 1 tsp of paprika, 1 1/2 tsp of sugar and some fresh ground rainbow peppercorns. Simmered the whole thing down to a thicker sauce and used it on Basic Pizza Dough. I will be using this again soon. TY for posting, Heather.
Wow, easy to make and tastes like a pizzerias. Thank you for helping me out of a bind, when discovering I'm out of boughten sauce. No need, I will make your recipe, as its just as easy. Thank you for sharing with us.
Perfect! I ran out of pizza sauce and this saved the day! Very easy
this is really good! thank you so much!
Thanks for the quick and easy recipe! I threw everything in my mini-processor and voila! Delish!
Fantastic! I really wanted pizza tonight but I couldn't find the store brand sauce and I wasn't going to pay the big bucks for the Boboli sauce, which I love but is just too expensive for what it is. So I found this recipe and reluctantly made it. The only changes I made was I used roasted garlic, oregano and basil for the dried herbs, added about a teaspoon of sugar and some red pepper flakes. Dog goneit! it tastes as close to Boboli sauce as you can get. Not to mention that it costs less than a dollar and I had a lot left over.
this is a perfect recipe for beginers
Thank goodness I forgot to buy sauce at the store and had to go looking for a recipe here...I will never buy pizza sauce again! Added a can of Italian-Style diced tomatoes instead of water and threw everything in food processor. Had some leftover Tastefully Simple beer bread (Italian style) and used extra sauce for dipping...absolutely fantastic!