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Marinara #7716204 01/13/20 02:29 PM
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I always made my own spaghetti sauce for years with tomatoes from my garden. I put it up in pint size bags and froze it. It had about the same color and texture as Colts chili. I used my last bag awhile back. Never tried the store bought sauce. Saw some Paul Newman brand on a neighbors counter one time.

Need help. Beast store bought spaghetti sauce please?


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HEB makes a pretty good sauce, I'm sure when you get into the $8 a jar stuff those will be mind blowing changes.

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Newman's, Ragu and Prego marinara is what my wife usually buys ...


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Made my own once and it was really good, I enjoyed it, but if I was going to make much of it I need to plant a lot more tomatoe bushes. Not to mention if you follow a recipe from the internet etc. you can buy jared sauces cheaper than the spices to make your own.

I use a variety of the HEB branded sauces, like the ones with mushrooms best.


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I plan to add my on mushrooms sautéed in olive oil and deglazed with vermouth.


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The bride has been buying Bertolli lately that we really like! food

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Originally Posted by snake oil
The bride has been buying Bertolli lately that we really like! food


Got this but on Claudia Cortes advice instead of your wife. Plan to cook it for diner tomorrow.

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It has the same ingredients as my homemade sauce had.


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We normally go with Newman’s

My great grandmother made her own, best I’ve ever tasted

Hers would be a super thin sauce.

Wish I could have got that recipe, nobody knows how she made it bang


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Mix equal parts of the store brand marinara sauce and your favorite store brand of picante sauce. up


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Originally Posted by bill oxner
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The bride has been buying Bertolli lately that we really like! food


Got this but on Claudia Cortes advice instead of your wife. Plan to cook it for diner tomorrow.

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It has the same ingredients as my homemade sauce had.


Good stuff out of the jar.


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It will make five to six dinners for me.


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I tried a couple of sauces a while back. The Sam’s Choice meat sauce was the best I tried.


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Here you go. I added garlic powder, oregan, minced onions, and a pinch of cayanne. I'm not about to show it plated with all the presentation snobs on here lately.

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Looks GREAT just like that.

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Originally Posted by Walkabout
Looks GREAT just like that.


Thanks a bunch for your kind words. The snobs or trolls are the few who have never taken the time to post a food picture.

I'm stuffed. It came out fine. The cayenne put just a little sting on the tip of my tongue. The mushrooms took on the texture of a tenderloin. I had it with a cauliflower dish from Omaha Steaks that I had gotten as a gift, and garlic bread. Don't think that I will ever make scratch again.


I used the final crumbs of my Parmesan cheese. Need to get more before before I start on my leftovers. Do you grate your own or use the Kraft that comes out of a box?


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Originally Posted by bill oxner
Thanks a bunch for your kind words. The snobs or trolls are the few who have never taken the time to post a food picture.


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Originally Posted by bill oxner
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Looks GREAT just like that.


Thanks a bunch for your kind words. The snobs or trolls are the few who have never taken the time to post a food picture.

I'm stuffed. It came out fine. The cayenne put just a little sting on the tip of my tongue. The mushrooms took on the texture of a tenderloin. I had it with a cauliflower dish from Omaha Steaks that I had gotten as a gift, and garlic bread. Don't think that I will ever make scratch again.


I used the final crumbs of my Parmesan cheese. Need to get more before before I start on my leftovers. Do you grate your own or use the Kraft that comes out of a box?


That looks good! Try some dry chili pequin. It will have a creep up on you burn that doesn't linger to long.

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Originally Posted by dogcatcher
Mix equal parts of the store brand marinara sauce and your favorite store brand of picante sauce. up


Sounds great. Love a little sting ion the tip of my tongue. I have a package of frozen root vegetables from the Omaha steaks gift. Plan the put half package into the pot and have what I call marinara premivera.

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Most deer hunters have trouble finding dinner recipes for their smoked links. Simply slice the in half inch slices and cook them in spaghetti sauce. This is good over pasta or rice. chef thank me later.


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Originally Posted by bill oxner
Most deer hunters have trouble finding dinner recipes for their smoked links.


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I would never eat spaghetti again if I had to eat it with sauce out of a jar. Ever.
Sauce is so simple to make. Get some stewed tomatoes, tomato sauce, spices you like and other stuff you like. Make on stove. I like to scalled mine, but most don’t like that. Or just dump it all in a crock pot and let simmer all day.
Pure goodness. Make a big batch and freeze it.


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Originally Posted by Sniper.270
I would never eat spaghetti again if I had to eat it with sauce out of a jar. Ever.
Sauce is so simple to make. Get some stewed tomatoes, tomato sauce, spices you like and other stuff you like. Make on stove. I like to scalled mine, but most don’t like that. Or just dump it all in a crock pot and let simmer all day.
Pure goodness. Make a big batch and freeze it.



Did that for years except used tomato paste rather than tomato sauce. Tomato sauce is the same as as tomato paste diluted 2 to 1. Look it up.


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