This pasta sauce is so easy, but doesn't compromise one bit on flavour. Most of the ingredients are blended together in the blender, then added to sautéed onions and simmered for half an hour. Toss with your favourite pasta.
This garlic butter is so good, my grandmum actually called me for the recipe! Serve with freshly baked breads and rolls.
Passata simmers with garlic and dried basil for a quick and easy basic pasta sauce.
Sofrito in Spanish simply refers to any well cooked sauce. In Puerto Rico it is something like a mirepoix that is used as the base for many dishes, such as soups and stews. Use this to breathe new life into your everyday dishes, or simply add to rice for a delicious pilaf.
Tomato purée, olive oil, garlic and dried spices sit for hours to let the flavours blend in this interesting, uncooked pizza sauce. The thickness of the sauce depends on the amount of water used; it should be somewhat viscous.
A delicious cream sauce for a special occasion. I simply toss it with pasta. Toasted hazelnuts, walnuts or pine nuts are a nice addition sprinkled on top.
Homemade stewed tomatoes, straight from your garden.
This cool, refreshing blend of natural yoghurt, chopped cucumber, dill and garlic is a perfect accompaniment to lamb or rice, or both! Mint may be used in place of the dill.
The only recipe you need to see how to make pesto! A foolproof and classic pesto recipe made with basil, olive oil, pine nuts and Parmesan cheese.
Sun-dried tomatoes are blended with fresh herbs, pine nuts, garlic, olive oil and Parmesan. Fabulous with pasta, on pizza and in sandwiches.