5-Minute Recipe: Tomato Sauce for Pasta

Pasta with tomato sauce is my go-to plate when I am too starving to think what to cook, or as a simple first course when I have guests for dinner. It is healthy, delicious, and disliked by nobody (that I know). Here is my tips of how to prepare tomato sauce in a super quick and easy way. It takes only five minutes (or even less), and it is a perfect dish for family meal. All you need is: chopping board, a knife, a bowl with pestle, and tomatoes. That’s it!

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An important and efficient tool for making tomato sauce

Let’s get started!

  1. Cut the tomatoes into half.
  2. Pan on medium fire, without oil. Put the cut tomatoes into the hot pan for fry.
  3. Turn over the tomatoes, take them out as soon as the skin becomes a bit burned.
  4. Put the tomatoes into the bowl, and crush them with the pestle. In this way, the skin comes off easily.
  5. There you have it. The super easy-to-make tomato sauce!!!

Using the bowl and pestle to crush the tomatoes makes the texture better than cutting them into small pieces. Plus it saves much time and efforts!

I like to use the tomato sauce with meat to make a ragu for pasta. Just seal the meat with red wine, then add the tomato sauce to cook for around 15-20 minutes on low fire. Add in salt and pepper, then your a tasty ragu sauce will be ready to serve!

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post 77 tomato ragu pasta

Happy cooking, and buon appetito ๐Ÿ๐Ÿท

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