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Italian Sunday Sauce

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ITALIAN SUNDAY SAUCE

i come from a ny italian family and having sauce on sunday's is a must! i now make this every sunday for my family! salud!



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Time: 260 minutes

Number Of Ingredients: 16

Ingredients: crushed tomatoes,tomato sauce,tomato paste,onion,water,bay leaves,red wine,sugar,garlic cloves,oregano,parsley,basil,red pepper flakes,salt & pepper,olive oil,angel hair pasta

Steps:

  1. preheat pot with olive oil
  2. diced up onion and mince garlic
  3. add to the pot and saute until cooked thru but not browned
  4. add the oregano , parsley , red pepper flakes , bay leaves and basil
  5. add the sugar and red wine
  6. let the red wine reduce a bit
  7. add in the tomato paste and mix well with the other ingredients already in the pot
  8. let it kind of "melt" before adding the crushed tomatoes and tomato sauce
  9. i add 1 can at a time to allow for easier blending
  10. add the water , stir
  11. cover and bring to a simmer then reduce heat to low
  12. put a lid on it and fugghetaboutit for a while ! stir occasionally to avoid it burning at the bottom of the pot
  13. i would let it simmer for a minimum of 4 hours -- make sure to fish out the bay leaves before serving !
  14. serve with pasta and top with parmesean cheese or use my fave-fried bread crumbs !
  15. dalla mia cucina alla tua !
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