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Homemade Marinara Sauce with San Marzano Tomatoes



 

Homemade Marinara Sauce with San Marzano Tomatoes

recipe by shereen pavlides

{makes 4 - 5 cups}


1/4 cup olive oil

1 large onion - diced (1 cup)

kosher salt / fresh finely ground black pepper

5 garlic cloves - minced

1/2 cup chardonnay

2 (28-ounce) cans whole peeled San Marzano tomatoes - drained

1 1/2 teaspoons dried parsley

1 1/2 teaspoons dried basil

fresh sliced basil - to garnish


Video above for Directions....

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Do you need to boil & sanitize jars & lids before adding sauce ?


how long will sauce stay fresh in jars?

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Hi Shereen! Thank you for sharing this video, I am so excited to try your recipe for the first time. I have a question, do you find it best to blend the sauce after it's done cooking or to leave it more "chunky" like it appears when done?

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Hunter Fouche
Hunter Fouche
05 de out. de 2021

Hi Shereen! Love your videos so much, just wanted to say my family loves pasta and over lockdown I’ve made this easy sauce so many times! I’ve canned a couple of jars as well. All of your recipes have been an absolute success! When is your cookbook coming out?!?!

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Shereen Pavlides
Shereen Pavlides
06 de out. de 2021
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Hi Hunter, I'm so glad to hear you're enjoying it. My cookbook released in June and is available on Amazon, Target and Barnes and Noble. I have direct links on my home page here. Thank you so much for watching. Keep Cooking from Scratch.. Because you Can my friend!

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Sean
Sean
17 de set. de 2021

so not extra virgin olive oil, correct? is this the colavita olive oil from your TikTok on 8/29?

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Shereen Pavlides
Shereen Pavlides
17 de set. de 2021
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Hi Sean, I like to use olive oil. Any brand you like :)

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Lisa Dunn
Lisa Dunn
12 de set. de 2021

To make your sauce an arrabbiata how much red pepper flakes should I add and is there anything else. Thank you Lisa

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Shereen Pavlides
Shereen Pavlides
17 de set. de 2021
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Hi Lisa, 1/2 teaspoon to start. You can always add more after tasting.

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