Don't open a jar when you can easily prepare a flavor-bursting homemade pasta sauce that's delish. Whether you are in the mood for an Italian marinara, creamy Alfredo, pesto, Bolognese, or tomato, there's a homemade pasta sauce that fits every appetite and taste.See Popular Spaghetti Sauce Recipes
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Learn how to make this Italian classic spaghetti sauce that can be used to spread over pasta, sandwiches and more.
There is no "right" method for how to make spaghetti sauce -- everyone has his own favorite recipe. Maybe your grandmother adds in fennel seeds or your mother grates a carrot into the pot or your sister-in-law throws in a pinch of sugar at the end. There are so many variations it's can be hard to choose a recipe to start with.
Cincinnati natives enjoy their chili over spaghetti. This easy dinner recipe lets you create the traditional saucy ground beef dish in almost no time.
Give this rich tomato sauce plenty of time to simmer so the flavors develop. Add the homemade meatballs for a true Italian meal.
A delicious supper of spaghetti and meatballs should not -- repeat, should not -- begin by knocking over a bank on the way home from the supermarket. Or, to put it another way, just because you have a couple of cans of tomato sauce in your grocery bag doesn't mean you ought to pass them off as bombs to pull a bank stick-up, as obvious as that might seem. (Click here for great tomato sauce recipes, but do not use the ingredients to pull a bank job or for any other kind of illegal activity!) We'll probably neverread more
As the magazines in the checkout line will no doubt soon start to proclaim, swimsuit season is just about upon us, but there's one comfort food that you don't have to sacrifice: a satisfying bowl of spaghetti topped with a zesty spaghetti sauce. Here we've gathered some of our best low-calorie spaghetti sauce recipes --but don't worry, low-cal definitely doesn't mean low on flavor. From a classic tomato sauce seasoned with a blend of Italian spices to a chunky tomato-and-meat sauce that even forgoes pasta for the unexpected base of spaghetti squash, each of these recipes is as hearty and delicious as it is healthy.
Get a budget-friendly start on the meat-lovers' sauce by using ground chuck. It cooks in less than 30 minutes but tastes like it simmered all day.
Fresh tomato sauces taste great with pasta and take only minutes to prepare. For this recipe, chopped plum tomatoes are cooked briefly in white wine with oregano and garlic.
Goes with Beef and Olive Calzones. Although both cook tender and flavorful, consider choosing fennel over celery to add delicate flavor and a hint of licoricelike interest.