Italian Classics: Homemade Marinara Sauce

As much as I love a good meat sauce to go with pasta, sometimes you have to take a break and go with a marinara sauce. Most marinara sauces I eat, especially the jar sauces, are too sweet and filled with preservatives. But if you make marinara from scratch, and it’s not too hard to do, then you’ll come away loving your new meatless pasta sauce. Want to eat a fresh, healthy, and delicious comfort food? Try this recipe
Italian Classics-Homemade Marinara Sauce – Step 1: ingredients (San marzano tomatoes, carrots, celery, garlic, onions, bay leaf, salt, pepper, olive oil)
Italian Classics – Homemade Marinara Sauce – Step 2: cook your Sofrito about 15 minutes
Italian Classics- Homemade Marinara Sauce – Step 3: add tomatoes (use San Marzano for best results) and bay leaves simmer one hour
Italian Classics – Honemade Marinara Sauce – Step 4 final step: Enjoy w penne, grated Parmesan, baguette, red wine

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