Servings: 4 to 6
A sugo is a rich Italian sauce that usually cooks for hours. This speedier version includes red wine, tomato paste, and tomato juice to create deep flavors more quickly. One bite and you’ll think the sauce simmered on the stove all day.
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I adapted this to what I had on hand, substituted 1 can of tomato sauce instead of paste and juice, a glug, glug of Pinot Noir, 4 minced garlic gloves, and snip of basil. Regular store brand egg noodles topped off with shredded mozzarella.
We thought this good but nothing outstanding & nothing we would make again.
A deliciously satisfying weeknight pasta dish!
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