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Wedding Gift Spaghetti Sauce

Features:
  • Non Veg
Cuisine:
  • 2 hrs 40 mins
  • Serves 30
  • Medium

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The wedding gift spaghetti sauce recipe is full of such amazing flavors that it qualified to become an actual wedding gift!

Have a friend with a wedding coming up? Pass this recipe on to her today! This amazing recipe will surely make her a celebrity among her in-laws during her first few days with them.

But more importantly, it is a gift that she can keep with herself for the rest of her life.

Once, it has been prepared you can jar it and it remains good to be used for a single week. So, although, it takes a couple of hours to finish preparing it, the effort is totally worth it!

Let’s have a look at how this delicious sauce it prepared.

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How to Make Wedding Gift Spaghetti Sauce

  1. Take a deep pan.
  2. Heat up some olive oil into the pan.
  3. Once, heated add butter into the pan and let it melt and mix up with the oil.
  4. Add onion and garlic into the pan.
  5. Fry these until the onions turn translucent and the garlic begins to release a sweet smell.
  6. Add ground beef and mild sausages into the pan.
  7. Cook these for 10 to 15 minutes until they turn brown and crumble into the pan.
  8. Add Italian seasoning, salt, dried rosemary, dried oregano and freshly ground black pepper into the pan.
  9. Mix all the spices well.
  10. Let the mixture simmer for 20 minutes.
  11. Add 2 glasses of water, tomato paste and tomato puree into the pan.
  12. Blend it all into the mixture.
  13. Cover the pan and let the sauce simmer at low heat for the next two hours.
  14. Check every half an hour to check the consistency of the sauce.
  15. Turn off the heat when it is well-blended and nice and thick.
  16. Refrigerate it until needed for dressing!

Trivia

  • In Italian, tomatoes are called ‘pomodoro’ which literally translates to golden apple.
  • The discovery that tomato is a fruit and not a vegetable was not a scientific one. It happened when the U.S listed tomato as a vegetable for tax purposes.

There is not one mention of tomatoes either in the works of Shakespeare or the Bible.

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