Add This Secret Ingredient for the Best Tomato Sauce Ever
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Canned (or jarred ) pasta sauce to the rescue! I’ll be the first to admit that most pasta sauces are pretty boring I love adding some protein to canned spaghetti sauce . It adds an extra flavor and textural element. A couple of tablespoons should be enough, depending on how much sauce you’re making.
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The jarred tomato sauce: a staple in any college kid's pantry. When times are hard, but you want a step above ramen, you'll turn to pasta with a flat, acidic tomato sauce. However, there are a few ingredients and techniques you can use to elevate a jarred spaghetti sauce.
Introduce Some Aromatics
Aromatics is just a fancy way of saying vegetables and herbs in a fat. I would personally suggest sautéing some garlic and onion in good olive oil. This will get your kitchen smelling amazing. If you are feeling frisky, consider adding other vegetables like red pepper or mushrooms.
How to Make Store-Bought Barbecue Sauce Taste Better
Not everyone wants to make their sauce from scratch, and that’s fine. There are some decent store-bought sauces out there, but I almost always tweak mine a little, and I have developed a list of excellent sauce savers. Will they turn Sweet Baby Ray’s into an Alabama White sauce? No, but they can turn a too-sweet, dull-tasting condiment into something you’ll actually want to slather on chicken legs and ribs. To add tang Straight-up apple cider vinegar works well here but, when battling extreme sweetness, I’ll reach for the white stuff.
Get the recipe for Spaghetti Sauce below and learn how to can Spaghetti Sauce by watching the video Spaghetti Sauce 25 lbs Tomatoes 4 Large Simmer until it reaches the thickness you desire. Discard Bay Leaves. Put 2 T. lemon juice in each sterilized quart jar . Ladle hot mixture into jars
Jarred pasta sauce doesn't have be bad! Learn how to jazz up this convenient (and potentially delicious) pantry staple. Find out our favorite jarred
Add Some Meat
If you are not vegetarian or vegan, adding meat will add some umph to your sauce. It also adds a great source of protein so you aren't just eating tomatoes and pasta. I added turkey to mine. However, because turkey tends to be quite lean, I went ahead and added more fat (butter, but oil or ghee will work just fine).
Spice It Up
In order to really elevate your sauce, make sure you are adding many spices beyond salt and pepper. I like a little kick and will add red pepper flakes. Any Italian related herb (dried oregano, dried basil, etc.) you can think of will add another layer to the sauce.
Simmer for as Long as Possible
Because you added a few new flavor profiles to the sauce, give them some time to get to know one another. Letting the sauce simmer on low for 20 minutes at least will let the flavors mingle. If towards the end your sauce is getting too thick, add some pasta water to thin it out.
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Close to plating, add some Parmesan cheese. The good stuff. Not that cheap Kraft cheese. But the kind you get in the deli section. Warning though, Parmesan cheese can be quite salty, so taste your sauce to make sure it isn't too salty already
Tip: if it is too salty, add a sliced potato to it for a few minutes. The potato will take on the sodium. Just make sure to remove it before you serve it.
View jarred tomato sauces as a head start to a wonderful pasta sauce. They put a few spices in there, but it up to you to customize to your tastes in order to elevate a jarred spaghetti sauce.
And when you want to graduate to a totally homemade spaghetti sauce, check out some of the following recipes:
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How To Microwave Spaghetti Squash Like A Dinner Pro
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Watch how to make delicious homemade Italian tomato sauce with meatballs to top spaghetti or your other favorite pasta. It's an easy recipe that's seasoned just right, and the meatballs can be made ahead while you're cooking the sauce —and then they cook right in the sauce as it simmers.
This Pasta Uses Two Whole Bottles of Wine—and It’s Delicious .
It’s cozy. It’s impressive. It’s low-effort. It’s the only way were getting through winter. Sure, sure, you’ve cooked with red wine before. A splish-splash here, a half a cup there. We’ve all done it. But have you ever made pasta using two entire bottles of red wine?! I didn’t think so. I have. And I think you’re gonna wanna give it a shot.I had the pleasure of making one seriously delicious wine-stained pasta during a visit to Montreal’s very beloved coffee-pizza-wine joint Elena last winter, right about the time they put it back on the menu. People have gone so crazy for it, it’s become a mainstay.