Simple and Easy Homemade Marinara Sauce Recipe

Simple and Easy Homemade Marinara Sauce

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Ingredients

This is not baking so measurement is not necessery, but i have some picture so you'll figure out how much it's gonna be

10-12 tomatoes

2 small onion

1 head of garlic ( yes love lots of them)

1 big bell pepper

1/4 cup water to rinse the tomatoe juice from the blender

1/2 cup Extra virgin olive oil ( EVOO)

salt and pepper to taste

1 tbs oregano ( dried)

water to blanched the tomato

How to make Simple and Easy Homemade Marinara Sauce


I have a nice neighbour who plant tomato in their garden, they harvest alot of tomatoes and i am welcome to get as much as i need, for a thank you i make them a home made spaghetty sauce, since it's only tomato with no meat, it sort of marinara sauce i guess. this is simple and easy and my husband said this is the best spaghetty sauce i have ever made, my other spaghetty sauce come from the jar, i guess now, he will refuse to eat the one from the jar.

Prepare pot with water to blanched tomatoe for easy peeling the tomatoe skin

cut cross on the bottom of the tomato

drop the tomatoe in the boiling water , let it for a couple minutes

drain and peel the skin

blender untik smooth

in the food processor, chopped onion with garlic until smooth

cut small cube green bell pepper

heat stove and add to the pot 1/2 cup EVOO and garlick and onion puree

saute until it smell good, and caramelize,

preferly until it turn golden brown

add the bell pepper saute until it soften

add the tomatoe juice

and pour 1/4 cup water on the blender try to get all the tomatoe juice out

add a lil salt and pepper to taste

and oregano

let is shimmer for 15-20 min or until the thickness that you like

let it cool, store in a jar, or container,

freeze for the future used

and it's time to make ragu

or spaghetty bolognaise sauce( look in mya spaghetty bolognaise recipe)

  • Sinbad
    Sinbad says

    Nice recipe. If you find the sauce tastes a bit sharp, a little bit of sugar can help cut the acidity of the tomatoes.

  • Mariska
    Mariska says

    good idea, thx

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