Making a homemade pizza means that you know exactly what went into it, you have control over your diet because you can be sure that there are no additives or preservatives. Learning how to make pizza sauce will save you money and you'll be in control of the nutrients your family eats.
3 , chopped (1 medium onion may be used instead of 3 shallots)
Red bell pepper
1 Large, chopped (or chipotle peppers)
10 Small, chopped
Italian seasoning/Pizza and pasta seasoning
1 Tablespoon (Use according to your taste)
1 Tablespoon (Optional)
1⁄4 Cup (4 tbs) (If required) (Optional)
1. Heat a pan with a couple of tablespoons of olive oil. Into this, add the roughly chopped shallots, stir for a couple of minutes and let the shallots cook a little.
2. Once the shallots turn golden brown, add the chopped red bell pepper.
3. When the red bell peppers are cooked, add the tomatoes, salt to taste, Italian seasoning, garlic powder and paprika. Mix everything well.
4. Add a little bit of water (if the tomatoes are juicy, no water would be required). Cover the pan and let it cook for a while.
5. Add butter, stir until the butter melts. Cover and cook for a couple of minutes.
6. Once done, turn off the heat and let the sauce mixture cool.
7. Once the sauce has cooled, using a hand blender, blend until smooth.
8. The sauce can be served as a topping for pizza, pasta or even as a dipping sauce.
To use it as a dipping sauce, add I tablespoon of parmesan cheese for 1 cup of sauce. For added flavor, add brown sugar.
Fire roasted bell peppers and tomatoes may be used to enhance the flavor.
If the tomatoes are overripe or too juicy then add thickening agents like cornstarch or arrow root powder to make the sauce thicker.
If required you can add sugar or brown sugar to cut the acidity of the tomatoes.
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