Tomatensosse – A Delicious Vegan Pasta Sauce

Tomatensosse is a delicious vegan pasta sauce that can be used in all kinds of dishes. It combines the best of Italian cuisine with the health benefits of olive oil.

It s quick and easy to make, and tastes delicious on roasted vegetables or in pasta dishes like spaghetti with broccoli.

The secret of this tomato sauce lies in the freshness and intensity of a mix of herbs and spices. It can also be used to add a little kick to your favorite soup or salads.

To prepare this simple, yet tasty sauce, you need only some ingredients: Zwiebeln (sour cherry tomatoes), Knoblauch (tomatoes), olivenol (olive oil), salt, pepper, pfeffer, gewurze, and garlic.

Place the tomatoes, sliced in thin strips, and the olivenol in a large pot and simmer them slowly for 10 minutes. In this way the tomatoes will become tender and juicy.

Now add the rest of the ingredients, namely the salt, pepper, pfeffer, and gewurze, and cook for 20 minutes on low heat. Then reduce the heat to medium, and continue cooking until all the ingredients have incorporated into the sauce.

Once the sauce has reached a thick consistency, remove it from the pot. Leave it to cool for 5 minutes, then pour it into a container and store it in the refrigerator.

When you are ready to use it, simply reheat the sauce in a saucepan over low heat until hot again and serve with your favorite pasta dish or salad. You can also use it as a spread on sandwiches, or even as an ingredient for your favourite pizza recipe.

Alternatively, you can keep the sauce in a jar and enjoy it on any occasion that requires some extra flavour. It s a great addition to your pantry and makes for an excellent gift.

This easy-to-make tomato sauce can be stored in a Kuhlschrank, or if you are not a fan of storage space, you could try this recipe in a gefrierfesten Behalter, which will keep it for at least 3 months.

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