Simmered all day or tossed together for a quick weeknight dinner, these tomato sauces are pasta's best friend.
Classic Bolognese. Sausage and peppers. Ground beef. Ladle these hearty sauces over your pasta and just try to lift that fork to your face.
When in doubt, add cream. Classic cooking advice that easily applies to these super-tasty cream sauces.
Fresh herbs, fresh garlic, and such a fresh taste. These quick, herb-based sauces and pestos use the best of the produce aisle.
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Basil Cream Sauce
After a mad search on the net for a recipe for this sauce I had to create my own. This can be reheated in the microwave without the usual cream sauce defects. I just love the light green color and how well it displays over tri color or regular pasta, salmon and grilled chicken. I have been putting this on everything.
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Fresh homemade tomato sauce is easy and deeply flavorful.
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This simple, versatile white sauce is the starting point for so many great meals.
Make this easy sauce to complement beef tenderloin or other hearty main courses.