Top notch spaghetti sauce. I added ground chuck, sausage, green olives and mushrooms and it was some of the best sauce we've had.
This made such a delicious, rich sauce that no one believed it came from a crockpot! Threw in several meatballs and the crockpot was filled to the brim. After 5.5 hours, the house smelled wonderful. Plenty left over for freezing.
This is really good. I especially like the fact, that there isn't any meat in this sauce. I did add more garlic, and some green peppers. I didn't know that "Italian style tomatoes" are, so I used diced tomatoes. There are lots of leftovers, that probably will last for a week. Thanks.
This was good. I will definately make this again and it made my house smell wonderful! TY
This was fantastic. We loved it and my hubby NEVER liked any other sauce but mine. I added approximately 1/2 lb Italian sausage and 1/2 lb ground beef, plus a drained jar of mushrooms. Froze four portions for later use. This is a "keeper".
Well this was great! I had used up my 2 cans of Stewed tomatoes and 2 cans of diced tomatoes, both with extra seasonings/vegetables in it. We really enjoyed this sauce and will definitely make it again! Thanks for posting it! EASY and GREAT TASTING, what more can you ask for?
Another excellent recipe Nurse Di! So easy to make and made the house smell wonderful. Will be making this often. Thank You!
This sauce had great flavor, especially if you like Marinara type sauce. It would also be great if you added some meat though, but I haven't tried it yet. Maybe next time. I would definately recommend this recipe to everyone. Also, my husband really liked it too, and he's usually a "meat and potatoes" kind of guy.
This is my new favorite spaghetti sauce! It tastes light and fresh and it's oil-free. In the last hour of cooking, I add a pound of zucchini half-moons, a pound of sliced mushrooms, and some handfuls of baby spinach.