Monday, 11 August 2014

Tomato and Vegetable Pasta Sauce


Spicy tomato sauce cooked  with Mediterranean vegetables.

Ingredients:

 480g / 16oz passatta (sieved tomatoes)
1 green capsicum finely chopped
1 medium courgette finely chopped
60g / 2oz precooked sweet corn
1 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 medium red onion finely chopped
1 clove garlic finely minced
1/2 teaspoon white pepper
1/2 teaspoon red chilli powder
1 teaspoon sugar.
1 teaspoon dried oregano
 Boiled pasta of choice for serving


 Method:

 1.In a pan heat the oil, when it is hot sauté the garlic and onions until translucent.
2. Add the vegetables and sauté for 3-4 minutes until they soften.
3. Add the passatta, salt, pepper, chilli powder and sugar and simmer the sauce for 10 minutes until sauce is thick and vegetables are cooked.
4. Place the pasta in a serving dish and spoon over the pasta sauce.


Submitting to:
Pasta please ~ Peppers event by Jac of tinned tomatoes hosted by simplyfood

30 comments:

  1. That looks delicious. Your blog always makes my mouth water.

    Cat x

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  2. Beautiful pasta sauce with veggies, would be great to make a filling and delicious pasta meal.

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  3. that looks good !! must try this pasta sauce

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  4. wow....delicious.. I love pasta and this recipe sounds very yum yum !

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  5. Love veggie pasta sauces, they're so quick and easy to make!

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  6. I love cooking from scratch and making my own sauces. This looks so good!

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  7. Spaghetti sauce is the best way to get some extra veggies in to your diet.

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  8. colourful pasta sauce, looks delicious.... yummy too...

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  9. Drool worthy picture....Sauce looks so good and very easy to make something very yum!!!

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  10. I love your photos. This recipe looks so simple but delicious.

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  11. That looks and sounds great, perfect for feeding my family.

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  12. I love the sound of this rich sauce - some tomato sauces are so bland.

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  13. Tomato and vegetable sauce is one of our favourites and we had it last night. I've never made it with passata though.

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  14. Thank you, not a lot of sugar. It is hard to find a good pasta sauce without a lot of sugar; I am looking forward to trying it.

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  15. Looks lovely. Really wish my girls would eat something like this...!

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  16. I love cooking a base tomato sauce - finely chopped onions, garlic, herbs, and passata, maybe a dash of worcestershire sauce, and a teaspoon of sugar. Then I cut up red onion, peppers and courgette into larger chunks, flash-fry on a high heat to get colour and keep the bite, and chuck 'em in with the finished sauce. Delish! Nothing beats home-cooked.

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  17. Lovely sauce - similar to something my spouse makes several times each summer. We're fortunate enough to be able to grow our own veggies. Your sauce is healthy, and sounds delicious. Alana visiting from UBC.

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  18. Oh my word this look yummy sure want to give it a go .

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  19. Looks delicious and I know my kids would love it. Your photographs are beautiful too.

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  20. Nice sauce Nayna. I like the sauce mixed through. Just so you know ;)

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  21. This is the sort of thing that is my comfort food! And I know this kind of sauce freezes realy well too!

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  22. We always make our own sauce, it is so simple and so tasty, plus pretty easy to make and batch cook. I just would never buy a jar.

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  23. This sounds absolutely yummylicious! I would really love to try it out with some pasta, I think I need to try it out, lol

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  24. Looks yummy. A simple but delicious recipe.

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  25. This sounds and looks amazing

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  26. Yum that looks and sounds delicious! I need to make my own sauce rather than always buying it.

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  27. Sounds delicious and I have just grown my own chilli's too

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