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MamaMiaMangia’s Sugo al PomodoroThis recipe was submitted by Elena Davis of MamaMiaMangia for the My Colavita Meal challenge. Notes from the author below. This is a go-to, easy, authentic, and flavorful tomato sauce recipe you will love! I make this weekly and store it in a mason jar in the fridge and use it for an easy lunch with pasta or add to any recipe that calls for tomato sauce. It also freezes great. I receive countless compliments on the fresh, flavorful and light taste of this simple authentic recipe. Most canned pasta sauces are filled with a dozen ingredients and spices. The overdone sauce complicates the pure sweet flavor of the tomato itself. The key is using the right kind of canned tomatoes and good quality olive oil (Colavita) as a base. Italian recipes are mostly simple. They typically highlight one main ingredient with a few other spices and sub ingredients (I just made up that term) to create just the right flavor combinations. Simple is best! For more recipes from MamaMiaMangia, visit her website here.
Detroit PizzaA classic Detroit pizza is made in a pan. It uses two kinds of cheese: mozzarella and “brick” cheese. Brick cheese is like a cheddar or limburger and is so named because it comes in a brick shape. In this recipe, the cheese goes directly on top of the dough and along the sides, so you get a crispy, cheesy outer pizza crust and a pizza dough that doesn’t get soggy from tomatoes. Pair Recipe with: Romaine Salad with Red Wine Vinaigrette Similar Colavita Recipes: Sausage Skillet Pizza
Deep Dish Chicago Pizza
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