Sample recipes from Salse di Pomodoro

Light Pureed Fresh Tomato Sauce

This is one of the most classic, common, and versatile sauces using fresh tomatoes. It can be mated with virtually any pasta cut, fresh o...

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Uncooked Tomato Sauce

Because this sauce and its variations are uncooked, it is important to use high-quality extra-virgin olive oil, as its rich flavor will b...

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Tomato Sauce with Bacon and Hot Pepper

When this sauce is combined with pasta, most typically penne, the dish becomes penne all’arrabbiata, literally, “angry” penne, owing to t...

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Tomato and Sausage Sauce with Saffron

It is characteristic of Sardinian cooking to add saffron to sauces, as in this recipe. Not only does the saffron add lovely flavor, but i...

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Tomato and Meat Sauce, Bologna Style

Here is one of the many versions of the complex, fragrant, delicate meat sauce that is a classic of the region of Emilia-Romagna, the hom...

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Sardinian Ragu of Veal and Pork

Here is a lovely Sardinian ragù that is often served with a kind of polenta made from semolina flour. The sauce is suitable for many type...

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Tomato Sauce with Little Meatballs

This recipe is not actually a ragù nor is it really Italian. The tomato-and-meatball sauce of the American-Italian kitchen is hybrid. Thi...

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Tomato Sauce with Mixed Seafood

Versions of this sauce appear all along Italy’s coastline, where fresh seafood is abundant. Many varieties of fish and shellfish can be u...

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Rustic Tomato Sauce

This is a chunky, pungent sauce, rustic in character due to its unsieved texture and the prominence of garlic. It goes well with both dri...

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