If the rich flavor of homemade tomato sauce makes your pasta, this recipe collection will not disappoint. Choose your favorite homemade tomato sauce from easy, classic, no-cook, hearty, chunky, meat, and Italian recipes.See Popular Tomato Sauce Recipes
Make the most of the end of tomato season by cooking this quick sauce to store in the freezer for future family meals.
Mussels, shrimp, and squid simmer in a homemade tomato-wine sauce that's served over pasta in this main-dish recipe.
This pasta and tuna one-dish dinner can be prepared in less than 30 minutes. Save this recipe for a night when you need a meal in a hurry.
Tomatoes. At this point, I'm overrun with them. They sit in waxed boxes hoping that I'll do something with them before they get moldy, and I'm not going to disappoint.
Fresh tomato sauce can be used in so many meals: pizza, pasta, vegetables or soups. This sauce freezes so well you can have summer flavors all year long.
This recipe for party perfect meatballs in tomato-wine sauce is a hit with kids and adults alike.
If you want to make tomato sauce from scratch, now's the time. Tomato season is at its peak, so save the canned tomatoes for later. You'll get a fresher, sweeter flavor with homemade and have more control over the consistency of your own sauce.
This recipe makes enough saucy meatballs for several meals. Toss half of the meatballs over pasta for tonight's dinner and freeze the rest to make meatball sandwiches next week.
Give this rich tomato sauce plenty of time to simmer so the flavors develop. Add the homemade meatballs for a true Italian meal.
Diavolo is the Italian word for devil and refers to sauces seasoned with hot chiles. In this 20-minute recipe, red pepper flakes provide plenty of heat for a shrimp and tomato sauce that's tossed with linguine.
Calzones are pizzas that have been transformed into turnovers. The same dough and toppings that are used for pizzas can be used to make calzones.
Serve this pasta recipe as a light side dish, or add grilled chicken to serve as a complete meal.
To lower fat while boosting nutrition in this popular Italian pasta recipe, replace some of the high-fat cheeses with crumbled tofu.
Fagioli refers to beans in general, which are a favorite ingredient in Tuscan cooking, and an easy way to add protein to a pasta recipe without adding more meat.