Three-Ingredient Marinara (I make this a lot because it's quick and easy and delish!)

Three-Ingredient Marinara

Simple Marinara Sauce...This sauce is easy to make and comes together quickly.  A go to sauce for a quick pasta dish.  Use as pizza sauce or as a dipping sauce.  This recipe makes plenty.  So freeze some for future use.  The perfect sauce for the “picky” eater.  No chunky vegetables (onions) just the flavors.

Simple Marinara Sauce

Simple Marinara Sauce...This sauce is easy to make and comes together quickly. A go to sauce for a quick pasta dish. Use as pizza sauce or as a dipping sauce. This recipe makes plenty. So freeze some for future use. The perfect sauce for the “picky” eater. No chunky vegetables (onions) just the flavors.

#paleo Simple Marinara Sauce: 4 tablespoons grapeseed or olive oil; ½ small onion, sliced; 1 box Pomi tomatoes (strained); 1 box Pomi tomatoes (chopped); 2 garlic cloves, crushed; 1 tablespoon salt; 1/2 tablespoon black pepper; 6 fresh basil leaves

#paleo Simple Marinara Sauce: 4 tablespoons grapeseed or olive oil; ½ small onion, sliced; 1 box Pomi tomatoes (strained); 1 box Pomi tomatoes (chopped); 2 garlic cloves, crushed; 1 tablespoon salt; 1/2 tablespoon black pepper; 6 fresh basil leaves

Homemade Marinara Sauce

Homemade Marinara Sauce

This Simple Marinara Sauce is the perfect building block for all kinds of dishes. It makes a great sauce for pasta (try Tru-Roots for a gluten free pasta brand), and I love it over Zucchini…

Simple Marinara Sauce

This Simple Marinara Sauce is the perfect building block for all kinds of dishes. It makes a great sauce for pasta (try Tru-Roots for a gluten free pasta brand), and I love it over Zucchini…

NYT Cooking: A timbale is a molded custard, somewhat similar to a quiche without a crust. It differs from a gratin because it is cooked at a lower heat in a water bath so the sides don’t brown and stick to the baking dish, allowing you to unmold it. This one is delicious served with homemade marinara sauce (see <a href="http://www.nytimes.com/recipes/1016147/simple-marinara-sauce.html">recip...

Spinach and Millet Timbale With Tomato Sauce

NYT Cooking: A timbale is a molded custard, somewhat similar to a quiche without a crust. It differs from a gratin because it is cooked at a lower heat in a water bath so the sides don’t brown and stick to the baking dish, allowing you to unmold it. This one is delicious served with homemade marinara sauce (see <a href="http://www.nytimes.com/recipes/1016147/simple-marinara-sauce.html">recip...

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