Quick and Healthy Marinara Sauce
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Makes: 4 Servings
Healthy Marinara Sauce Even Your Kids Will LOVE!
I have never had a child complain about "chunks ". When my kids were little I would either make bigger chunks of garlic to pick out or chop it so tiny they couldn't see it. This is easily multiplied and can be frozen into individual servings. Also great for calzones, mozzarella sticks, and other recipes requiring marinara sauce.
1 28oz Can
Furmano's crushed tomatoes
crushed red pepper
1.On med-high, sauté the garlic in large non stick sauce pan or skillet until the edges of the garlic start to brown.
2.Turn burner to low and add the crushed tomatoes slowly while also stirring with a wooden spoon.
3.Once you have the crushed tomatoes, olive oil, and garlic combined well, stir in the salt and crushed red pepper.
4. Stack the bay leaves together and break in half over the sauce and then drop in and stir.
5. Cover with a tight fitting lid.
6. Start boiling water for your pasta, cook as directed. Once your pasta is finished cooking, your sauce will be ready too!
The marinara sauce was super yummy and easy to make! Highly Recommended for any party! makes a great dipping sauce!
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