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How To Take Your Homegrown Tomatoes To The Next Level
I had always thought it would be really difficult to make your own spaghetti sauce. I don’t know why – now that I’ve tried it, I know it’s not even close to rocket science, haha! I guess I just thought it would be so much work, trying to peel and chop all those tomatoes in order to get a smooth consistency for the sauce. I couldn’t have been more wrong!
Sally, my next door neighbor is very much a DIY person and when she mentioned she had just whipped up a batch of spaghetti sauce, I had to ask her for the recipe. She told me about blanching the tomatoes (how is it possible I had never heard of it before?) and how it makes the whole thing super easy.
All you need to do is boil some water in a large stock pot and then put the tomatoes in the boiling water for a minute or two. Then remove them from the stock pot and put them into ice cold water; this will make the skin crack and peel almost on its own.
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Quick Tip: Add any of your favorite herbs.