Choose a wine you like, since it cooks down for hours. This is what I did: I cooked my meat, onions and bell pepper together let it drain in a strainer. Then, I put a lil' oil in the pan and browned my garlic while the meat was still in the strainer. Then I added my wine to the garlic and let the alcohol cook off; then added the meat to the wine followed by the rest of the ingredients. I don't think you really need the flour. I also used one large can of stewed tomatoes instead. When I use the jar sauce I ALWAYS add onion, garlic and bell pepper so this tasted similar to the jar. I don't know if I will go through this much trouble again--although it was an easy recipe, the jar's just easier.
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Choose a wine you like, since it cooks down for hours. This is what I did: I cooked my meat,...