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Almost "Neapolitan" Sauce Recipe
Very often I prepare this sauce for pasta, rice, and just meat or poultry, and I love it with black bread, the beginning of the vegetable season inspired me to share this recipe with you. If you are interested, come visit!
Course Snacks
Cuisine Italian
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Course Snacks
Cuisine Italian
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. In a saucepan, heat the oil (without 1 tbsp.) and lightly add the grated onion and garlic.
    In a saucepan, heat the oil (without 1 tbsp.) and lightly add the grated onion and garlic.
  2. Add the peeled tomatoes and red sweet pepper (I grate), salt, hot pepper, sweet paprika and sugar, bring to a boil, reduce the heat to a minimum and simmer for 30 minutes, almost until the liquid has completely evaporated. A couple of minutes before the end of stewing, add the oregano.
    Add the peeled tomatoes and red sweet pepper (I grate), salt, hot pepper, sweet paprika and sugar, bring to a boil, reduce the heat to a minimum and simmer for 30 minutes, almost until the liquid has completely evaporated. A couple of minutes before the end of stewing, add the oregano.
  3. Remove from heat. Add the chopped Basil and mint.
    Remove from heat. Add the chopped Basil and mint.
  4. To make the sauce shine, pour in 1 tbsp of oil. And let the sauce stand.
    To make the sauce shine, pour in 1 tbsp of oil. And let the sauce stand.
  5. Prepare the side dish. I have Penne.
    Prepare the side dish. I have Penne.
  6. If you don't fast, serve with your favorite cheese.
    If you don't fast, serve with your favorite cheese.
  7. I mix the sauce with the pasta right in the pot, ( and I do not fill the paste with any oil) and put the carcass on the fire slightly, just 3-4 minutes. The sauce fills the holes of the Penne and is absorbed into them, believe me, it is so delicious mmm...!!!
    I mix the sauce with the pasta right in the pot, ( and I do not fill the paste with any oil) and put the carcass on the fire slightly, just 3-4 minutes. The sauce fills the holes of the Penne and is absorbed into them, believe me, it is so delicious mmm...!!!

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