OG Chefs - Spaghetti Sauce Help

Yes I buy already made pasta sauce usually Ragu, Garibaldi or Barilla.

Sometimes the sauce is too sweet. Is there a certain way to take the sweetness out of a marinara sauce? Meat helps but my wife is a vegetarian. Garlic powder does help sometimes but is there a better trick? Phone Post 3.0

Tobasco, pepper, seasoned salt, paprika, real garlic.

Oh, meat.

Chop up some sausage really really finely. Put in sauce. If wife comments tell her it's tofu. Phone Post 3.0

Slow bake seeded tomatoes with roasted herbs of your choice and blend it up. Throw in a shot of lemon juice to take away sweetness.

Strir with cock.

Try a little red wine vinegar and then cooking the sauce to boil off the excess liquid Phone Post 3.0

Cut the garlic with a razor Phone Post 3.0

Fake Pie - Tobasco, pepper, seasoned salt, paprika, real garlic.

Oh, meat.
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bizsirker - Cut the garlic with a razor Phone Post 3.0

Don't put in too many onions!

Betwithme - Let us know which method you used and if it worked! Phone Post 3.0
I threw in some regular mushrooms with some crushed pepper and garlic powder. It definitely helped. Phone Post 3.0

Can plum tomatoes, minced carrots, celery, onion, garlic, basil, and parsley to finish. Phone Post 3.0

Or go this route

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Add exactly eight table spoons of salt.


Or try different brands until you find the one you like. Phone Post 3.0

I use hamburger beef, a little beer, and a lot of bbq sauce with any store bought shit. Phone Post 3.0

reelfoot - Or go this route

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I like the simplicity of this , VU Phone Post 3.0

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