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    My mom got this recipe from her friend Norma in Sault Ste Marie. This Spagetti Sauce is fantastic and it makes lots. Be prepared to freeze what you can not use right away. (I divide the sauce into three freezer friendly containers so that I can use it for three different pasta meals without having to thaw the whole batch). Expect to spend the better part of the day doing making this. Your efforts will be rewarded, I get so many compliments that I make a pot just to give it to family members as a Christmas gift. Tip - add chilli powder, hot sauce and kidney beans and voila, it's a chilli !

    Recipe #509153

    This delicious recipe has only three ingredients. It tastes a lot like a chewy Skor bars - absolutely delicious if you like a toffee taste. For fun we serve it to guests and have them guess the 3 ingredients. Note of caution - the toffee really sticks to the pan. My friend uses a rubber tray that is non-stick. I buttered a square baking tray but still had to use the old warm water trick. (place the pan in warm water to loosen up the toffee on the sides and on the bottom).

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