Yield: Yields about 8 cups of sauce.
Servings: four, with leftovers.
When all those ripe, red summer tomatoes start to overtake the counter, I pull out my biggest saucepan and get to work on a big batch of fresh tomato sauce. Because this sauce freezes so well, you can enjoy the essence of summer’s flavors long after the last tomato plant has withered— insurance of the seasonal kind
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Make Ahead Tips
An easy dinner is guaranteed when you have a container’s worth of this simple tomato sauce on hand. Here’s how to keep it tasting great:
• Let cool and then transfer to an airtight container.
• Keep in the refrigerator for up to three days.
• Stash in the freezer for up to three months.
Simple and delicious. Yes, it does look like other classic tomato sauce recipes, but that's what makes them classic!
Loved the taste of this sauce - fresh and easy although time consuming to peel and seed tomatoes. Love that I was able to make 3 meals out of one recipe!
I took away a star because it looks exactly like Marcella Hazen's recipe.
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