8 Reviews

5 stars (2/21/10) Made for RSC #15. Whole family enjoyed this sauce. I did like the use of all the garlic as we love garlic in this house. The flavors of the sauce came through on the back of the tongue and the garlic although it seems alot is not overpowering. I probably would use more basil in the sauce next time. Made and served with homemade lasagna. Will definitely use this again. Very simple to put together and I can see it tasting even better with fresh garden tomatoes! Thank you chef and good luck.

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Chef1MOM-Connie March 07, 2010

Awesome! It does make a lot,but that's a good thing since it's so versatille. So far,I've had it with pasta,but can't wait to try the rest with other things too. Something really good to have in the freezer. Thyme and paprika was something new for me in a tomato sauce.Can't wait to see who came up with it.Made for RSC#15.

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littlemafia March 07, 2010

Very good sauce. The roasted garlic makes it smell wonderful and the taste , mmmmmmm. It is also a very versatile sauce. I've had it over pasta, cous-cous and rice. It would also be good on pizza. I like it that it is vegetarian, that way I can have it just as it is or add some meat(balls) for a change. It also freezes well. Thank you for creating a new recipe and good luck in the contest. Made for RSC #15 Cooking Contest.

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Chef Dudo March 06, 2010

Well!!! I must say this is the most versatile recipe, I have used it with pasta for a quick lunch, but there are so many more things you can do with it. You can use it for pizza, lasagna, meatballs, chicken, are a few that I will use it for. I also think it will freeze very well great if you freeze in portions for all your other dishes it has a nice richness to it I think that the sherry gives it that depth of flavour.Very good indeed. Made for RSC#15 Update I froze some of this as it was a lot of sauce and since then I have thawed it and had it with meatballs, I still have some in the freezer. thank you for a very good recipe.

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Tea Jenny March 06, 2010

This was so delicious! I just loved the garlic in here. I also loved adding the basil in the end it worked very well. I served this a few days later (heated) over fish, and it was just so good! In this way, I like the idea of making it a versatile sauce.

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Studentchef March 06, 2010

Delicious sauce! The vegetable chunks really make it...it would be a shame to use an immersion blender. I agree with PaulaG that this is a whole lot of sauce...6-10 would be better for the serving size. The garlic and basil are very dominant flavors (this is a good thing); I couldn't detect the individual dry spices and sugar so some or all may be omitted to produce the same result.

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FLKeysJen March 06, 2010

We used it over home made pizza which we topped with cheese and some fresh salad. We had a very tasty dinner that night. A glass of good red wine would be good with it i thought. I will make it again with pasta. Good luck for the contest.

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Iceland March 06, 2010

This is a wonderful and well flavored sauce that is thick and rich. After getting into the recipe I discovered that it called for simmering for 1 hour total. Being in a hurry to get dinner on the table, it was only simmered for 30 minutes The sauce was pureed in the blender. I do believe that the servings are off or DH and I are very small eaters. Half a recipe was enough for 6 servings served over whole wheat spaghetti. Good luck in RSC.

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PaulaG March 06, 2010
Roasted Garlic Tomato Sauce