Recipe Directions

Blend all of the above in a food processor and enjoy!!
You can add the fresh tomatoes first or last, depending on how chunky you like your sauce. I like to let the sauce sit a while before I eat it to let all of the flavors meld together.

Renoir's Thoughts

This is the modified raw version of my dad’s famous pasta sauce. I have 75+ cousins who call my dad “Uncle Steve” and request his sauce at family gatherings. He usually makes a few gallons at a time and jars it (that’s what is in the picture). He gives his jars of sauce as gifts and to anyone he loves a whole lot – that’s why I used to get so much. :) I have pared down the quantities quite a bit though. This sauce is so flavorful and delicious, that I am so glad I don’t have to do without even though I am raw now!!!

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wow this sounds amazing... I am going to try this very soon!

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If the spices are too overpowering, my dad (aka Uncle Steve) recommends adding more fresh tomatoes. Enjoy!!

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I'm eating this now over zuchinni "spaghetti" and topped with pine nut parmesan. Really good! I used marsala wine and added a sprinkle of dried hot pepper. I didn't measure the cinnamon exactly so I think I may have used too much, because its a little overpowering. This was so easy :)

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This looks so YUMMY!!! thank you.

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