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Very easy and good. Not a really heavy sauce, since it uses just tomatoes, and no paste.

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pansregnig September 10, 2011

This is so good! I had a different recipe I always used, but this is easier and tastes better. Thanks so much for posting!

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lucid501 February 06, 2009

This really did have good flavor but I felt it needed a little sweetness to it so I added about a tablespoon of sugar. Just personal preference really. Easy to make and smells heavenly while it's simmering.

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Treenickel March 14, 2006

Make as directed and let simmer for 30 minutes. Wonderful pizza sauce and I like being able to freeze the leftovers in pizza size portions for later. DH said it was the best sauce he has ever had and he is the pizza guru in our house! Thanks for sharing!

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16Paws August 28, 2005

Good, good, GOOD! This stuff is far superior to commercial canned pizza sauce! I made pizza for supper today using this recipe, and also used your pizza crust (bread machine)recipe. (ID#83316). I baked two large round pizzas, and they have both been devoured in lightning-fast speed!!! After the sauce started boiling, I turned down the heat to low, and let it simmer very slowly for about 45 minutes. It yielded 3 pints. Half a pint was adequate to cover both of the pizzas. Instead of the garlic cloves, I used 1/2 a teaspoon of garlic powder, and I reduced the red pepper flakes to 1/4 teaspoon. I added 2 tablespoons of dried minced onions to the sauce, too. I like the fact that I can prepare this in bulk, and freeze for later use. I can't thank you enough for posting this; it's delicious!

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truebrit November 28, 2004
Pizza Sauce