Roasted Red Pepper Marinara Sauce

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Roasted Red Pepper Marinara Sauce

Vegetarian

Handmade from scratch chunky red tomato sauce that will make you mouthwater. Good for all your dishes. There will be this red sauce used in future recipes to come.

Everyone needs this one.

Ingredients: Yeild 5qt

25 Large Roma Tomatoes

4 medium carrots diced small

2 large red bell peppers

1 large yellow onion diced small

1/4 cu oregano

1/8 cu rosemary

salt

pepper

2 cu red wine

olive oil

Large baking pan, Large deep pot, blender

Directions:

Preheat oven 400 degrees

Wash all of your produce thoroughly.

Place your tomatoes and red bell peppers in baking pan drizzle with olive oil

Bake for 25 minutes or until the tomatoes skin scracks and the bell peppershave a sorta charred look to them.

Allow to cool .

In your deep pot use 1/4 cu olive oil in bottom of pot heat on med/low.

Add diced carrots first allow to soften then add your diced yellow onion and allow to sweat till transleucent in color, add salt and pepper.

With your cooled tomatoes peel the shin off and with your hands squeeze the seeds out place in blender.

With yourred bell pepper peel the skin off and deseed, de stem and add to the blender with the oild from the pan.

Pour your blended tomato puree into your pot with the onion and carrots.

Add your oregeno and rosemary.

Add 2 cu. red wine allow to continue to simmer for 3 to 4 hours.

The sauce will cook down in thickness.

I love this sauce and even eat just the sauce with bread the first day that I cook it. I hope others can feel the joy that this sauce brings.

Remember if you have any questions message me thanks.

Sarah

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