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Marinara Sauce for Canning

In this video, you’ll see how to turn an abundance of garden-fresh tomatoes into homemade marinara sauce you can enjoy all winter. Tomatoes cook with sautéed onions and garlic, dried herbs, and olive oil. It’s a great base sauce, to which you can add sausage, ground beef, and additional herbs and seasonings if you like. In the video, you’ll also see how to preserve the jarred sauce in a water bath. Watch the video, then get ScandoGirl’s 5-star recipe for Marinara Sauce. On busy winter nights, you’ll be so happy to find jars of delicious homemade pasta sauce in your pantry.

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  • cooking w Pam

There is no need to add water. As soon as the tomatoes start to cook thier juices are enough liquid. Cuts down on the reducing time. Just be sure to stir the tomatoes, especially at the beginning. I have also roasted the tomatoes in the oven first in a large roasting pan. Another way to reduce the liquid.

  • Snoopy498

Pam, thank you for the tips.

  • fchickilly

You leave the skins on the tomatoes?!