Italian Cooking Sauce Mix

"Never buy jar sauce again! This is easy to prepare and freezes well. Keep a pint or two in the freezer and you will be prepared. Use this sauce whenever the recipe calls for spaghetti sauce. Recipe comes from Make a Mix Cookery."
 
Italian Cooking Sauce Mix created by Leslie
Ready In:
35mins
Ingredients:
12
Yields:
6 pints
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ingredients

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directions

  • Combine all ingredients in large stockpot.
  • Simmer 15 minutes over medium-low heat; cool.
  • Pour into six 1-pint freezer containers, leaving 1/2 inch space at top.
  • Seal and label containers; freeze.
  • Use within 6 months.

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  1. Boomette
    This is so easy to do and tastes great. I'll do it again. No need to buy spaghetti sauce jar. And that way I can omit the salt for DH. I used 1 tsp of red pepper flakes. Thanks Paula. Made for Gimme 5 tag game
     
  2. Jellyqueen
    Great recipe for canning...this will come in real handy on those nights that I just don't want to have to work to hard in the kitchen...just put on some groud beef, pull this out of the freezer and I will have wonderful homemade spaghetti and everyone will be impressed...it didn't come from a Jar!!!!
     
  3. Dienia B.
    really good i liked this.dee
     
  4. Leslie
    Italian Cooking Sauce Mix Created by Leslie
  5. Leslie
    Delicious! I made this tonight and froze three quartes of it right away. With the rest, I added ground beef to it and served it up over spaghetti with some garlic bread. It was the best sauce I have ever had. I'll never buy store bought again! Thanks for a keeper!
     

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