By LilKiwiChicken on May 23, 2005
Photo by WiGal
Photo by WiGal
"My boyfriend and I had the most fantastic pizza in Italy during our travels, even the takeaway stuff is fantastic. Through trial and error (and expanding waistlines) we think that I've found a good approximation of a home-made pizza sauce we had in Cassino when we went down there for the 60th commemorations last year."
Serving Size: 1 (1055 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"This is a really easy recipe to make a divine sauce. I used it to make recipe #106952 and recipe #309820. The herbs are just perfect and I used my immersion blender to make it just slightly less chunky. Viva los Jefes!"
"Simply deliciousio! Made as posted and left it chunky-saved me some dishes. Froze the other half for another time, so that is something I like b/c we cannot use an entire boughten container's worth. Thanks for sharing a keeper. Made for ZWT4 the Flying Dutchess."
"This made such good pizza sauce! It was so fresh-tasting, and was super-simple to throw together. I was outvoted two to one for keeping the sauce chunky, so I roughly pureed it with my immersion blender. This made for some great Italian bread pizzas (I think DH ate an entire half loaf all by himself!). I think this is now my go-to pizza sauce recipe, thanks for posting! Made for ZWT4"
"I made this for *Zaar World Tour III* - The flavour was very good, I followed the recipe as written and didn't change a thing. I used it under for a Marinara Pizza, the flavours were so delicious together. Thank you LittleKiwiChook"
"I really liked this pizza sauce. Super easy to put together. All I had to do was open up so jars and cans and I was done! I like my sauces more smooth so I blended it with my imersion (sp) blender when it was all said and done. Awesome recipe!"
"Yea! Yippee! This is right on littlekiwichook! I had a ton of tomatoes in the garden, (La Roma) and needed to have something done with them. Aughhhh.....the aroma of fresh tomato, garden onion, fresh basil, and fresh thyme is enough to bring the calves home to Momma. I loved adding the fresh basil and garlic cloves together, I whirled this with some olive oil in my little food processor, that alone tastes heavenly, and could easily be eaten with a spoon~just be sure your partner does the same!) I kept mine chunky~but whirled a little bit up in the processor~and then put it all together and it made a really aromatic and delightful pizza sauce. I added 1 teaspoon of butter at end of cooking time with a dash of sugar, just to SMOOOOOOTH it out. Lovely! Will be making this over and over again, and will start canning this as soon as my children leave, and actually leave me some to can, without eating the whole jar first. Made for *ZWT3 07*"