from both sides of the pond
Tasty Query - recipes search engine

authentic pizza sauce

Best Italian Pizza Sauce Recipes

This pizza sauce recipe is rich, sweet, and flavorful. If you want to learn how to make pizza sauce, this is a good recipe to begin with because it is not complicated. If this sauce gets too thick too quickly while it is simmering, you can add some water to it.

If you want to make a no-cook pizza sauce, you can blend all the ingredients together with a stick blender and leave the sauce for half an hour so the flavors blend. To make a no-cook pizza sauce, use onion powder instead of whole onion. If you are making the cooked version, let the sauce cool before using it, else the pizza top will cook faster that the base.

As well as the tomatoes, which are of course the base of your sauce, you will be adding garlic, onion, herbs, and a touch of chili for a light kick. These flavors are really harmonious together and will beat hands-down any sauce you could buy in a jar. Continue reading

Custom Search

Christine Szalay-Kudra

Hi I'm Christine, and I am happy you are visiting. Food is a large part of our family's lives, and we love to try new dishes, especially Italian food which offers so much freshness and flavor, whether you are making a classic Italian dish like lasagna or pizza, or experimenting with new appetizers, entrées or desserts from Italy.

Even if you are brand new to this cuisine, you will be able to find all kinds of tempting recipes here. I have been collecting classic Italian recipes, all conveniently in one place, along with unusual recipes from Italy plus some dishes inspired by Italian cuisine.

When the weather is cold, a baked pasta dish or juicy pork or veal recipe might be ideal. During the summer months, an Italian salad might be your dish of choice. We have vegetarian recipes, Italian soups, and even tips on how to work with Italian ingredients for the best results, whether you are making lasagna, gnocchi or an Italian casserole


Thanks for visiting.


Recipe Categories