For many years I have been experimenting on making marinara sauce for pizza. I used to struggle with the consistency because the pizza would always get soggy. Though making a thicker chutney type sauce helped, it took a lot of mess ups before I finally got it right. It was for the 24x24 event that I used the marinara sauce to bake different shapes pizza.. Over the years it has become organic and I think it stores well. I think it was very simple to prepare and most of the ingredients used were from the shelves of Trader Joe's.
Heavy bottom pan
Organic Onions - 1 big (diced)
Diced Organic Tomato - 1 28 oz can
Organic Garlic - 2 cloves
Organic Basil Leaves - 10
Pasta Seasoning - 1/2 tsp (spicy version)
Organic Olive Oil - 2 tbsp
Organic Sugar - 1/2 - 1 tsp ( depends on how tart you like your sauce)
1. Heat the heavy bottom pan and add olive oil.
3. Add the the can of tomatoes and allow it to cook on 5 minutes medium high heat. Add all the seasonings and allow it to cook for another 2 minutes.
4. Using a hand held blender roughly blend the mixture. Add basil and sugar, store in a bottle and use when needed.