Jen’s Marinara SauceMy friend Jen is half Italian. She learned how to make this marinara sauce from her family. It is amazing. I like to use it not only for pasta dishes like spaghetti and lasagna but also as pizza sauce. Jen uses this with her meatballs (which are widely known and coveted in our community) for meatball subs. Thanks to her hubby,Brook, for allowing us to share in wealth while watching football. You’re a jewel too. Love ya friends. It is very economical to make. Much cheaper than purchasing pre-made sauce, better for us and quick as a lick…. Keep it handy, you will absolutely love it!!! Printable version here: Jens Marinara Sauce Ingredients 1 Jumbo can Tomato sauce (restaurant size from Sam’s Club or Costco) Minced garlic (to taste) 2 tablespoons and 1 teaspoon Olive oil, divided 1 or 2 large cans tomato paste 1 large onion Basil (to taste) parsley (to taste) 1. Pour tomato sauce in large pot or crock pot. 2. Sauté garlic in 1 teaspoon olive oil in pan. 3. Once garlic is tender add garlic to sauce then add tomato paste to pan garlic was cooked in and sauté until sauce is orange. 4. Add tomato paste to sauce in pot and mix well. 6. Blend in 2 tbsp. olive oil. 7. Peel outer skin of onion and cut ends off. Float onion in large pot of sauce. 8. Add basil, parsley, olive oil, and paste/garlic mixture to large pot and simmer for a while or overnight. Place marinara sauce in containers, freezer. Use as needed.