Pasta is an Italian dish enjoyed by people around the world. Knowing how to make tomato sauce for pasta is essential because it makes an otherwise dry meal juicy. It also allows you to have a side dish that you can prepare in a few minutes. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to make the tomato sauce that’ll change the way you eat pasta.
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This video by Chef Food demonstrates how to make tomato sauce for pasta.
How to Make Tomato Sauce for Pasta
- Put water in a cooking pan and let it boil. Add a few tomatoes to continue simmering for 30 seconds. The amount depends on how much pasta you are cooking.
- Once boiled, dip the tomatoes in cold water.
- After a few minutes, peel off the tomato skin.
- Chop the tomatoes.
- Grease your pan with oil.
- Pour in chopped garlic and add 2 to 3 chopped onions.
- Pour in 1 tablespoon of salt, 1 tablespoon of black pepper, 1 ½ tablespoons of red flakes, and mix them until they combine well.
- Pour in the chopped tomatoes and mix with the other ingredients.
- Add 1 tablespoon of salt and pour in some of the water you used for boiling pasta.
- Put in tomato puree and stir.
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