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Nomato Sauce Recipe

Entry posted by Rowena · - 1,478 views

So I found an AMAZING tomato sauce recipe on the Food Network website... And it has NO TOMATOS so I guess it isn't really a tomato sauce but what the hey. Its very basic, but delicious. This is what it is as a FN forum member wrote it... (Well I paraphrased the instructions but shh)

[i]6 carrots peeled and diced
1 small beet peeled and diced
1 large onion[/i]
[i]3 celery ribs (stalks)[/i]
[i]1 bay leaf[/i]
[i]1 1/2 cups water[/i]

[i]Put everything in a large pot, bring water to a boil, and then turn down to simmer until veggies are soft. Once that is done, put in a blender, and blend until its a saucelike consistently and serve.[/i]

I cannot have onions, so I took that out and added a few spices to my tasting, (Italian seasoning, salt and very light pepper) I added the spices just before putting the veggies in the blender... it was amazing and tasted even better than s'ghetti sauce in my opinion... And the hubby who loves his food, he even loved it!

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