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Unread 05-16-2010, 10:07 PM   #1
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Default Releasing Derek's House KILLER Pizza sauce W/Pron! W/Recipe!

Hey GUYS,

I was in my lab once again and I've finally devolved a killer pizza sauce.

This sauce took about the same amount of time my bbq sauce to developed.

Any way's here's the recipe & pictures.

The Ingredients List.
1. Half white onion sliced & diced.
2. 2 teaspoons of knob's creek aged whiskey ( new edition )
3. 1 teaspoon of my Habenero Heat sauce ( recipe on the forums ) ( new edition )
4. 1 teaspoon ground sage.
5. 1/2 teaspoon ground up basil leaves ( use mortor and pestle )
6. 12 0z can of tomato Paste. ( any brand will work )
7. 1 1/2 cans of aguga. ( could add salt if now ) ( but I used none )
8. 4 garlic cloves minced.
9. 1/2 shallot minced.
10. 2 teaspoons lemon & dill.
11. 1 teaspoon of dill weed.
12. 3-5 table spoons of EEVO ( enough to saute the veggies in a sauce pan ).
13. 1 teaspoon of Granulated Garlic Powder.
14.1 Medium sauce pan.
Ok gather all the ingredients. ( and sauce pan )


Let's chop up the onions, garlic, shallots, in the example pictures show!


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Ok now put in the medium sauce pan with heated eevo.


Now saute until light carmlezation appear like this.
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Good good, the hard work is done. now it's time to turn the sauce in to pizza sauce!

Let's get the tomato paste, poor the paste in like show below. Also add the 1 1/2 cups of water


Stir the paste into a thick sauce and let simmer 25 minutes to thicken up. and get more flavors out of the onions, garlic, shallot,

OK good 25 minutes was a dayum long wait, and your keeping up with me. Good, Good!


Now lets finish the sauce by adding the rest of the spices.

First spice.
Add 2 teaspoons of Knobs creek ( or anything you got )


& add 1 teaspoon ground sage.


& Add 1/2 teaspoon ground basil leaves ( grind in the pestel & mortor first )


Now add 2 teaspoons lemon & dill spice.


& add 2 teaspoons granulated garlic powder.


Now the very last part and your done.
Mix well and your sauce should be nice & thick like shown below.
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Looks real good. Thanks for sharing!
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7. 1 1/2 cans of aguga. ( could add salt if now )
Derek, the sauce looks good. What is aguga? Sounds like something my newborn says.
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Derek, the sauce looks good. What is aguga? Sounds like something my newborn says.
Thanks guys.

agua is the Mexican word for water, hombre.
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Dang, that sauce looks thick and hearty. I likey Derek!!

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Dang, that sauce looks thick and hearty. I likey Derek!!

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It's really good, You guys really should make some ( you can also add another hot sauce if you don't want to make the habenero heat sauce )
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Derek,
I know you like the heat too.....have you ever tried a Puttanesca Sauce..............?
http://italian-sauces.suite101.com/a...ives_capers_an

An experiment for next time with a "saucy" history. Doode, all I need is some bread sticks and I'd hit that sauce hard, Bro.

Love the color and consistency!

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My ALL time favorite is a good Puttanesca sauce. Talk about giving your tastebuds a good fark..........pun intended!
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Derek,
I know you like the heat too.....have you ever tried a Puttanesca Sauce..............?
http://italian-sauces.suite101.com/a...ives_capers_an

An experiment for next time with a "saucy" history. Doode, all I need is some bread sticks and I'd hit that sauce hard, Bro.

Love the color and consistency!

bob

My ALL time favorite is a good Puttanesca sauce. Talk about giving your tastebuds a good fark..........pun intended!
No I haven't, Know the sodium level of the sauce per chance?

And this sauce is Killer, I had a little bit just now ( sleep insomnia ).

Again thanks bro.
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I love making my own pizza... thanks for the sauce recipe. I will have to try this one
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I love making my own pizza... thanks for the sauce recipe. I will have to try this one
It's really good, the whiskey gives it a flavor can't describe
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agua is the Mexican word for water, hombre.
Where do I buy Mexican water at??
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Where do I buy Mexican water at??
LOL, You get right from your facet :P
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But how about cans of Mexican water?
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But how about cans of Mexican water?
Lol, 7. 1 1/2 cans of Water. ( could add salt now ) ( but I used none )
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I'm still confused, does the can have to be Mexican, or can it be American?
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