Savory Spaghetti Sauce
Total TimePrep: 5 min. Cook: 70 min.
Makes6 servings (about 1 quart)
This was easy and delicious! I added a can of petite tomatoes and a green pepper. I will make this often in my crock pot.
I like how quick and easy this was! And tasty. I subbed one can of tomato sauce for 1 cup petit stewed tomatoes and 1/2 cup beef consommé. I topped the dish with fresh Parmesan.
This is such a delicious recipe! I always double the batch so we can have leftovers!
Cooked this Spaghetti Sauce recipe as written with fresh basil and oregano plus one added garlic clove and it was excellent! I like using the dutch oven to cook it down as it does not burn with stirring at 10 minute intervals. I will make a double batch next time!
I’ve been using this recipe for a few years now, and my family loves it. The only thing I do differently is change the sugar to 3 tablespoons because my husband likes it sweet. I haven’t bought jarred sauce since I found this recipe. Thank you so much!
Excellent meat sauce! It was easy to make the flavor was great. I followed the recipe as shown and will keep making it this way. I did double the recipe to freeze and added homemade meatballs.
Excellent sauce! So Flavorful, and easy to make. I like a sweeter sauce so instead of 2 teaspoons sugar , put in 2 tablespoons sugar.
The savory spaghetti sauce make an excellent meal.
I echo the compliments for this recipe. Since I was aiming for a thick and spicy sauce, I added a little more seasoning than the recipe called for (3-4 garlic cloves, 1.5 tsp. dried basil, 1.25 tsp. dried oregano, 3/4 tsp. ground black pepper; I kept the measurements for salt, sugar and bay leaf the same as listed above), added a variety of meats (1/2 lb. ground hamburger, 2/3 lb. boneless chicken breasts, 2 mild Italian sausages, 24 pepperoni slices, cut into quarters), and reduced the amount of tomato sauce (one 15 oz. and one 8 oz. can). The spaghetti sauce turned out exactly as I had hoped.
Good and very easy