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Red Sauce for Pizza

Red Sauce for Pizza


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The only trick to this uncooked sauce is finding good canned tomatoes: If you can’t find Jersey Fresh, look for ones from California, New Jersey, or Italy—the only ingredients should be tomatoes and salt. This recipe is from Joe Beddia, the dough master behind Philadelphia's cult favorite, Pizzeria Beddia.

Ingredients

  • 2 garlic cloves, finely grated
  • 1 28-ounce can crushed tomatoes
  • 1½ teaspoons fine sea salt

Recipe Preparation

  • Whisk garlic, tomatoes, oil, and salt in a medium bowl. Don’t be tempted to add more salt; the flavor will concentrate when sauce is baked with pizza. Cover and chill 3 hours to let flavors come together before using.

  • Do Ahead: Sauce can be made 1 week ahead. Keep chilled.

Nutritional Content

Per 1/4 cup: Calories (kcal) 35Fat (g) 2Saturated Fat (g) 0Cholesterol (mg) 0Carbohydrates (g) 4Dietary Fiber (g) 1Total Sugars (g) 2Protein (g) 1Sodium (mg) 360Reviews SectionSeriously the best Red Sauce for Pizza I’ve ever had! I would highly recommend this sauce to anyone wanting to make pizza!AnonymousAtlanta, GA05/25/20To anyone questioning how you can have an uncooked pizza tomato sauce: I work at one of the most famous pizzerias in the US, and yes, indeed, pizza sauce is not cooked (until the pizza is in the oven). Depending on your eventual toppings, this might be too much salt, but otherwise, it's spot on - unless you don't want garlic in your sauce - then, just leave it out.A good olive oil is essential in sauce and to drizzle on finished pie as well.I love this sauce.I have been making homemade pizza for years and I can tell you that the hardest part is the sauce you can sit there and try all these different cooked recipes and it will always come out dry and bitter.-Use a better brand then cento San marzano if you can.- use fine sea salt. For some reason when I use the coarse for this recipe it becomes way to salty.- par bake the pepperoni (put it on after)because you don’t want the salt from the pepperoni messing with the flavor of the sauce.Justinander916California 03/19/20I used a can of San Marzano crushed tomatoes and this sauce was perfect. Tangy, garlicky. I used it for pizza but will finish up the leftovers tossed with fresh pasta.misty_pittmKentucky11/18/18


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