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Marinara Sauce I

Submitted by: GKNEE 
Saute garlic in olive oil, then simmer with tomatoes, tomato paste, parsley, a pinch of salt and a generous dose of red wine to make a flavorful and versatile marinara. 
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Simple Marinara Sauce

Submitted by: EIORE 
The Romano and Parmesan cheeses in this sauce give it a rich, hearty flavor. The cheese are simmered with sauteed garlic, tomatoes and herbs. 
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All-Purpose Marinara Sauce

Submitted by: Ed Haley 
Home Town: Rome, New York, USA
I use this recipe for marinara sauce as a base for all my pasta dishes. You can use the sauce 'as is' for a meatless spaghetti sauce. Or you can add just about any meat or seafood to add variety to your meals. In addition, you can add kidney beans and your favorite ingredients to make a super chili. My kids eat this pasta sauce like no other. They are happy campers when the house is filled with the aroma as this sauce is cooking. 
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Marinara Sauce

Submitted by: ELEANOR1052 
A simple tomato sauce with garlic, red wine and fresh bail. You'll never want to buy store bought sauces again! Serve over your favorite pasta. 
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Slow Cooker Spinach Marinara Sauce

Submitted by: DEBNJAMES 
Slow cooking brings out the full flavors from onion, garlic, spinach and other veggies and Italian-style herbs. 
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Chunky Marinara Sauce

Submitted by: CALEIGHSMOM 
You'll love this Marinara sauce! This is great with fried eggplant or meatballs. I'm sure you could add ground meat if you wanted to make a meat sauce.  
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Spaghetti With Marinara Sauce

Submitted by: ANGCHICK 
Home Town: Hamilton, New Jersey, USA
Living In: Richboro, Pennsylvania, USA
You'll find many uses for this versatile pasta sauce. Let tomatoes, garlic, sugar, parsley, garlic powder, oregano and basil go for a nice, slow simmer with zesty jolt of flavor from capers and crushed red pepper. 
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Marinara Sauce III

Submitted by: Iron Chef-Suzi Q 
Here is a rich and hearty tomato sauce which does not need sugar or butter to cut the acidity from the tomato. Olive oil is optional for those watching their waistlines. 
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Best Marinara Sauce Yet

Submitted by: Jackie 
Tomatoes, parsley, garlic, and oregano go for a spin in your food processor before simmering with onion and a dash of white wine in this marinara sauce recipe. 
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Fresh Tomato Marinara Sauce

Submitted by: KerriWarmus 
Homemade tomato sauce is a great way to use your garden's bounty of tomatoes. This recipe uses plenty of herbs and is vegetarian-friendly. 
 
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