Some recipes are made to simmer all day, it’s a great way to combine and intensify flavor. But for some recipes, like this Roasted Tomato Sauce, you can get the same “simmered-all-day” flavor by roasting the ingredients.
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Flavorful sauce is the key to a perfect pizza. This tomato sauce recipe shines in its simplicity and allows the freshness of a Neapolitan pizza to really come through.
This marinara sauce is basic and simple — proof that recipes don’t need to be difficult to be delicious. And if you like garlic as much as we do, you’ll love this homemade sauce.
All five tastes–sweet, sour, bitter, umami, and yes, salty–can be found in whole foods. Let’s break it down–then let’s make an unprocessed bloody Mary and put all five tastes to good use.
Redwood Hill Farm recently invited me to join a few fellow bloggers in creating our own yogurt flavors. Instead of the typical fruit-on-the-bottom (yawn), we were encouraged to think “outside the cup” and come up with fun new twists on yogurt mix-ins. I decided to go savory.
Ah, dried tomatoes! What better way to capture and intensify the flavor, and add a little chew in the process?
When I recently interviewed a group of octogenarians, they all mentioned that “from-scratch” cooking while they were young was just called, uh, cooking. And involving children in preparing food is a contributing factor in sticking to a healthy diet.
There is no doubt eating unprocessed does wonders for our health. Ingredients, however, are not the only things we should focus on in our quest to eat better. An overhaul of our food choices also requires that we consider their environmental and human impact.