Ingredients20 m servings 127
- Heat olive oil in a saucepan. Pour crushed tomatoes into the saucepan and place over low heat. Stir basil, garlic, salt, and black pepper into the tomatoes; bring to a simmer. Add Parmesan cheese to sauce to serve.
Per Serving: 127 calories; 7.4 15 3.5 < 1 263 Full nutrition
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delicious i highly recomend it!!!!!!
It is a good recipe for someone that does not like to taste a lot of spice. I found it a little bland. I added more Oregano, garlic, some cumin and red pepper to spice it up and then it was mu...
Simple, but tasty. Added a little oregano as well. Used the sauce on "Deep-Dish Cast Iron Pizza" from allrecipes.
Can't believe I've never made pizza sauce from scratch before. SO easy! This recipe is delicious!! I subbed what I had on hand, diced tomatoes and tomato sauce, dried basil. (mashed up with ...
I made as instructed above. Personally I love garlic and felt that 3 cloves didn't stand up to the 28 ounce can of crushed tomatoes, so I made it 5-6 cloves. Also, I recommend 3-6 pinches of sug...
This is a great base for any sort of tomato sauce, need a marinara? Add some onion and wine. Spaghetti sauce? add some tomato paste, and some sugar. It's a great starting point for all things to...
This has a wonderful flavor. I also liked the chunks of tomatoes on my pizza. I thought that the sauce was thin so I cooked it on a very low setting for the about a hour while my pizza crust w...
Awesome and easy. Have made it twice and have plans to make it again adding pepperoni and using it for grinders. (Italian meatball sandwich) Also makes a good marinara for breadsticks as I caugh...