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Spaghetti Sauce (Gluten-Free)
This recipe comes to us from Tom and Angie Schneider.
ground beef, browned and drained
6 - 29 oz. cans (174 oz.) Hunts Tomato Sauce
4 - 12 oz. cans (48 oz.) Hunts Tomato Paste
1 - 28 oz. can Hunts Whole Tomatoes
1 oz. Fresh Oregano, Rosemary, Savory, Thyme
2 small onions
6 stalks celery
1 tsp. minced garlic
¾ tablespoon sugar
Chop whole tomatoes and herbs in blender. Chop onion and celery with water in blender, drain. Add whole tomatoes and herbs and onion celery combo to ground beef, garlic, sauce and paste in roaster. Stir in sugar (to cut acidy taste of tomatoes). Slow cook at 275 degrees for 4-6 hours. Makes 11 quarts.
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