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1,166 11/27/09 12:49 P
Hi, I cut up 2 zucchini, a half of onion, and a couple of garlic cloves. I put them in a sauce pan, cover it with the tomato sauce, and let it simmer until the zucchini is soft.I also add some italian seasoning, and a dash of salt & pepper. I serve it with grated romano cheese. Delish. It is what I eat when I make the family pasta.
ok this has no calories, no fat, nothing to do with a recipe. a hint for your copper bottom pans. pour your extra tomato sauce on the copper of your pan to get the tarnish off. let it sit for a bit, hours over night or just later. the pan will look great. can use any tomato product.
Edited by: ITSALL4ME2 at: 11/26/2009 (12:49)
11/23/09 8:47 P
Eggplant parmesan. You'll be amazed at how one serving fills you up, and is the most delicious thing ever. Let me know if you need a recipe!
I love tomato sauce :) Make mini pizzas! Use a bun [If you can find those really thin (burger first) buns use those] - toast them a little bit, spread some tomato sauce on them, sprinkle some low fat, ff, vegan cheese on top, with any chopped veg/meats you like... and put under the broiler til the cheese is melted! Delicious snack and not a lot of calories if you use the right cheese (and meats).
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2,615 11/23/09 8:24 A
I like to use it sometimes in crock pot with beef roast, peppers, onions, garlic and a small can/jar of tomato sauce for slow cooking.(also spices)
How about for a tomato soup/veggie soup/ minestrone soup
My mother in law also makes a chicken dish on the stove top with onions, green olives, peppers and chicken with a bit of tomato sauce she then serves the entire chicken dish with a side of rice.
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11/23/09 7:10 A
At the weekend, I browned some ground turkey with some onions, then added some tomato sauce and put them in some low calorie wraps, was really delicious.
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509 11/22/09 8:09 P
I have lots and lots of cans of tomato sauce, thanks to Costco, but I'm not really sure what to do with them. I can't really use them on pasta, because pasta is a binge trigger food for me. Does anyone have any ideas or suggestions?
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