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Suuuper-Quick Traditional Marinara Sauce ๐Ÿ… keto, paleo & whole30

21 comments

  1. Ralph Blaese says:

    Hi recipe sounds easy and great, however have tried another which calls for onion and found it added a wonderful tang to the sauce, curious if it is OK paleo ingredient .
    someone asked about freezing to keep i have froze my sauces but find it Ok if use in first couple weeks. find best to jar it in mason jars they say when jarred correctly can keep up to yr.

    • Paola van der Hulst says:

      Hi Ralph! Onion is paleo… but Italians would roll in their graves to hear people are adding it to marinara ๐Ÿ˜œ

    • Paola van der Hulst says:

      Hi Valerie! You likely just needed to cook for longer to reduce the water. Tomatoes can vary in water content etc, just just be sure to cook it until you get the consistency you want xo!

  2. Uzma says:

    I am usually not the biggest fan of red sauces (unless its on pizza)…this is the best sauce EVER. I can’t believe I ever bought store bought jar sauces ever before when this is so easy and tasty. One change I made was to use vegetable stock instead of water. Loved it.

  3. Lori says:

    I was skeptical about this because it seemed too easy but it is DELICIOUS and my super picky SO loved it too. Thank you for the recipe!

  4. Aneesa Shah says:

    A serving size for me is half a cup. So this would have 7 servings. So to calculate nutritional values per serving you would divide Everything by seven. Amazing sauce by the way. Thank you!

  5. Ketocoach says:

    This sauce is easy to make. I made this sauce to use on the pizza crust recipe. My grandsons are my guinea pigs. They are very picky. So, while having them taste my pizza, my 14 yr old grandson states, “this is the best marinara sauce he has ever eaten”, Lol, guess I need to work on my crust so more. The whole family loves it!!!!! Thanks.

  6. Karen M says:

    Left comments on the wonderful pizza base so itโ€™s only right to do the dame with the sauce. Firstly it tasted AMAZING!! For me next time, Iโ€™d leave the garlic cloves whole having crushed them and remove them when the sauce is ready as Iโ€™m not one for eating sliced garlic and prefer it for its flavour. For me, it was a little too watery but that wad perhaps the plum tomatoes I used so Iโ€™ll experiment more with or reduce it for longer but again, it was the bomb! Thanks Paolo xx

  7. Sulina says:

    I’m seeing a lot of recipes using canned tomatoes and I am wondering if we can use fresh tomatoes instead? Is there an issue with using fresh? (This is my fave recipe I have come to stumble upon so far and I really want to make it!) Thanks ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Paola says:

      Hi Sulina! Canned tomatoes are simply the easiest way to have access to the best tomatoes (and they quick faster!). Having said that, definitely feel free to use fresh ones! xo!

    • Paola says:

      Hi Donna, as stated right before the nutrition label, those values are for the entire batch! Which is roughly 3-4 cups. And remember that tomato is a fruit, so it is higher in carbs than other veggies. xo

      • Michelle T Ross says:

        P,

        I saw the comment about the nutritional information was for the whole recipe but there was no serving size or the number of servings per the whole recipe. Please advise. ๐Ÿ˜€

        • Paola says:

          I just calculated it for the entire recipe so you guys can divide it between the number of servings to fit your macros (and dish!)

  8. dianne says:

    Easily the best and easiest marinara sauce we’ve made! I was skeptical at the beginning because of the large amount of garlic and no onion… but it was delicious! Made it for your deep dish pizza and it was a huge hit with the family!

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