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Tomato sauce (also Neapolitan sauce, salsa roja (Spanish), or salsa di pomodoro (Italian)) can refer to different sauces made primarily from tomatoes, usually to be served as part of a dish
Tomato sauce (also known as Neapolitan sauce, salsa roja in Spanish, or salsa di pomodoro in Italian) can refer to many different sauces made primarily from tomatoes, usually to be served as part of a dish, rather than as a condiment. Tomato sauces are common for meat and vegetables, but they are perhaps best known as bases for Mexican salsas or sauces for pasta dishes.
In countries such as the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa, the term tomato sauce is used to describe a condiment similar to tomato ketchup. In some of these countries, both terms are used for the condiment.
Pork Guisantes or Pork and Peas is a Filipino dish, very popular in Hawaii, and I love it. I've modify the authentic recipe just a touch.
I used 2 boneless-skinless Pork Loin Chops that I can readily get at the large warehouse store, but you use whatever cut of Pork you prefer to equal about a...
We have lots of cherry Tom's here atm. So I decided to make a sauce for a fave dish here. Crumbled chicken with sauce on top and parmigiano on top of that.
Just started it now, oregano and basil from the garden.
This is an easy recipe to make as a base for pasta sauce and more. Roasting the tomatoes really amplifies the flavor and makes the sauce even more delicious. I ended up using this purée in a tarragon cream alla vodka sauce that I served over pasta with sundried-tomato seasoned Chilean seabass...
We would all like to believe that our spaghetti sauce is excellent and fantastic tasting. But what is excellent and fantastic tasting? What are the qualities of a truly great spaghetti sauce, in the first place? And how does one achieve those qualities?
If you don't know the flavor of a...
Seppioline in Umido con Piselli e Salsa di Pomodoro, a very popular fish recipe in Italy, it can also become either an unique course if accompanied by slices of toasted bread or served with polenta or mash.
Serves 4, Preparation 15 min, Cooking 15 – 20 min
700 g fresh baby cuttlefish...
I had a yearning for Middle-eastern food yesterday. I don´t know why; perhaps because I haven´t eaten any for a long while. Off to the supermarket to buy pita bread, some aubergines for home-made babaghanush, handfuls of parsley and fresh mint for salad and half a kilo of minced beef. Originally...