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An in depth guide to homemade Italian (American) tomato sauce (for pastas, spaghetti, lasagna, etc.)

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This is my first instructable - I have had many ideas for what my first should be, but it seems I never have time to compile them into an instructable. Among my many hobbies is cooking, and I have always been somewhat famous for my spaghetti... which is of course all about the sauce, no? Since I have had a few friends bugging and begging me for a recipe (which I have never strictly had a recipe as much as a method), I decided to take the time to compile a whole bunch of information for some of them. And since I have been being so lazy/procrastinatory about getting an instructable done in the year or two I have been a member, well it all came together.

I am going to try and provide a lot of educational information in addition to the actual methodology/recipe for making a great homemade red sauce. That's just my style. As you can probably already tell, I am a very wordy person and tend to over-explain. This comes from a lifetime of teaching and tutoring others. If you feel I am spending too much time on a simple thing, simply move on to the next step!

I will also put in a disclaimer; I do not have a quality camera, and in searching the web for images to use, I have come across many websites with similar methodologies to mine - no big surprise; how I do what I do is not exactly a super secret (at least not in regards to cooking). I have no private recipes handed down for generations; merely lots of experience and trial and error, combined with a bit of formal culinary education. I'll list a few of these websites in the final step below. None are the sole source for any of my information, and in fact while many reflect what I am posting, very little is influenced by these or modified from what I would have written down if I hadn't gone searching for images... so feel free to peruse the links and you may find some of THEIR secrets I don't mention or use in this instructable.
 
 
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TrueItalian3 years ago
Where you taste this kind of sugo?
zodono3 years ago
This looks SUPREME.. I cant wait until i have the time and energy to follow your very leangthy instructions. I better start gathering the ingredients cause some of them can be hard to find where i am.
karossii (author)  zodono3 years ago
I am glad you enjoyed it! I wish you luck... let me know how it turns out!
Rune Cutter4 years ago
I'm going to try this, as soon as I get caught up on things here, got a few more instructables to do, this should be great once my tomatoes come in.
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