Just a quick post here...in the past 24 hours I've made zucchini brownies, whole wheat bread, egg salad, buttercream frosting, and pizza crust, all while taking care of 3 preschoolers (2 just part of the day) and an infant. So, when I realized I didn't have pizza or pasta sauce for the pizza crust, I really didn't want to run to the store. So I tried tomato soup.
I took a can of condensed soup, added basil, oregano and garlic to it, and that's it! The sauce tasted delicious on the pizza! It was a little sweet, but still good topped with cheese and green peppers. Its an "in a pinch" winner!
thank you for this, i was just wondering if i could use this tomato soup to make pizza, so glad to know it will work out and i'll get the final "i told you so"ReplyDelete
i added a little salt and it tasted a lot betterReplyDelete
Going to try it tonight!ReplyDelete
I've been doing this for a while now and both my husband and I like it almost better than most pizza sauces. I usually heat up the sauce a bit to blend in the herbs and spices, let it cool and spread it on pizza. It's really good and saves a trip to town or spending money on over priced sauces.ReplyDelete
trying this tonight! i usually make sauce homemade but forgot tomatoes!ReplyDelete
I didn't feel like going to store for pizza type sauce for stuffed peppers. I'm going to try this recipe. Thank youReplyDelete
Definitely works well. I also added some salt, crushed red pepper, parm cheese from a shaker, and a little but of juice from a jar of olives and it cut the sweetness considerably.ReplyDelete
I thought you could and just ad spices. I like it sweet, it's more like marinara sauce. But thanks for confirming it works great and is much cheaper than buying jars of sauce.ReplyDelete