Awesome! I've made MANY marinara sauces and this one is one of my fav's! Quick, perfect, tasty.....everything you could ask for. I used dried oregano and double the garlic but followed everything else as stated. Thank you!
Was going to give four stars, but the men in the house loved it so much I went with five (also because of ease of preparation!)<br/><br/>I'm always looking for a quick marinara that lets me use fresh basil, and this was a winner! I was not as enthusiastic as my boyfriend and my brother, but they loved it so much I'm wondering if maybe I have a cold or something blocking my taste buds? <br/><br/>Either way, easy, quick and delicious!
The sauce was very good. I made a half recipe since I was trying it for the first time. I used a 28 oz can of crushed tomatoes. I also used my stick blender to really smooth out the sauce. I found I had to add about 1/2 tsp sea salt and about 1 Tbsp brown sugar. After I added those two ingredients....it was perfect! I will definitely make up a lot of this during the summer when I have my fresh herbs growing in the garden. Should be good on my Chicken Parm too. I made this for a Braciole tonight. Thanks for posting. It was quick and easy! UPDATE: I make this all the time now - love it! I always have some in the freezer in small containers for chicken parm and things like that. I like it because it has no meat or cheese in it and I can add it to just about anything because of that!
This is awesome! It will definitely be the Marinara recipe that I use all the time. I even plan to can it and possibly share it with friends and family if I make enough. It's so goo I might just have to keep it all to myself. I didn't have fresh oregano so I used dried and I cut back significantly on the basil because I'm not a fan of basil. I probably used about 6 leaves. Delish! Thank you soooo much!
This was very yummy. And will be making it again. Thanks
Very good. I didn't have crushed tomatoes so I used two cans of diced and ran my stick blender in the sauce after adding everything. Nice fresh taste and so easy. Thanks for posting this. I will remember this recipe.
I needed a Marinara Sauce to have as a side to some Fried Ravioli I was making. This is excellent and so easy to make! We loved it and I will use this often for many things in the future!
Quick, easy and very full of flavor. Very similar to my own marinara. I thought I'd check to see what kinds of quick marinara others were making, read your recipe and thought, I'd give it a try with the pinches of crushed red pepper. We liked it a lot. Thanks for posting it!
We all loved this. I left out the pepper flakes and used a dried Italian herb mix. This made much more, IMHO, than 4 servings. I tossed this with 1 lb of linguine and have enough left over (which I will freeze) for another full meal. Thanks for posting. UPDATE: This froze very well and actually gave me enough sauce for 3 pounds of spaghetti in all. I don't like my pasta swimming in sauce, just coating the strands. So this is an inexpensive way to get a whole lot of good sauce you can use for many things. Thanks again for posting.
This was extremely quick and easy and my whole family enjoyed it. I had to used dried basil and oregano and didn't use the parsley. Used a can of diced tomatoes with garlic instead of the whole tomatoes.