If you think it’s a waste to make a bowl of pizza sauce, for just a tablespoon or two as pizza spreading, you can be rest assured that this sauce will not gone waste. It’s a bread spreading, and even as pasta sauce!
Make access and keep it in the freezer. Just scope the required amount of frozen sauce using a metal spoon, the rest may be remained in the freezer for future use, anytime, storage up to 2 months time!
1 can tomato puree (8 oz.)
1 tablespoon of minced onion
1 tablespoon of sugar
¼ teaspoon of salt
½ teaspoon of Italian herbs
Sprinkle of coarse ground black pepper
1 knob of butter
Heat up medium sauce pan with a knob of butter over low frame. Add minced garlic and onion, fry till fragrant. Pour in tomato puree, salt and sugar. Stir briefly, and add in Italian herbs and coarse ground black pepper. Simmer for 20 minutes with low frame. Heat off, and let it cool down. Reserve for later use on pizza crust, or store in the freezer for future use when completely cooled.
Variation: Add some diced tomato, the sauce can be used as pasta sauce, too!