"Spicy and delicious. Ideal on penne pasta." — Ellen
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chopped fresh basil
crushed red pepper flakes
ground black pepper
2 (14.5 ounce) cans
peeled and diced tomatoes
chopped fresh parsley
This is a really awesome sauce... and for those of you who don't know, Arrabbiata Sauce is SUPPOSED to be spicy... so make basic spaghetti sauce if you don't like spicy foods to spare this recipe the bad reviews. Anyway, this recipe was great with some extras thrown in like chopped spinach and kalamata olives... I'll definitely make this again!
Easy and very spicy. I added a little heavy cream to tone it down a bit.
Too chunky- I was looking for a smoother arrabbiata sauce. So after ingredients were combined, I put them in the blender to puree them into a smooth consistency. I then added a splash of milk to make it a bit more creamy,and simmered as directed. Without these modifications I would give this recipe 3-4 stars, but after making the creamy version, I definitely give it 5 stars! Spicy, creamy. and even better the next day! Thanks!
This is the first homemade sauce I've ever made - and man, did it turn out great!!! I made it for the first time a coupla weeks ago, and we have it at least once a week... We've tried plenty of vatiations, italian sausage, chunks of chicken, ham, etc. We've also spiced it up as well, with more red pepper flakes... A+ awesome recipe! thanks for sharing!!!
We have been looking for a good Italian restaurant since we moved, but none of them make Arrabiata like they do back home.
Now we know how to make it ourselves!
I added Proscuitti (a gourmet Italian meat), and salami when frying the onion and garlic.
It was gooooooood!
I thought this recipe was great. I did a few things different. Instead of using oil, i just used cooking spray. I also added chopped red and green bell peppers to it. Delicious!!
Wonderful recipe! I was worried because some reviews said it was too hot, so I was careful with the spices, and it was great. The wine you use can make a difference.
A great sauce with a spicy kick. I loved it on penne pasta and the next day as a pizza sauce.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 9
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