Pasta Sauces Recipes

Pasta sauces go well with all types of pasta. Cooking pasta sauces yourself is not a lot of work, is inexpensive and above all tastes good. In addition to classic tomato sauces, sauces made from cheese, herbs or vegetables are also very popular. In addition to sauces based on oil, sour cream and mascarpone, there are also low-calorie varieties such as the Pasta Sauce Napoli.

Avocado Pesto
Avocado Pesto goes very well with spaghetti and can be easily diluted with some cooking water. The undiluted avocado pesto also tastes good as a dip or bread spread. ...
Bolognese sauce
Bolognese sauce This Bolognese sauce is served classically with spaghetti. Peel onions, carrots and celery and cut into fine cubes. ...
Cheese sauce with corned beef
Cheese sauce with corned beef is a spicy pasta sauce that goes particularly well with fusilli, spirelli or penne and can be quickly prepared. The ingredients have a longer shelf life, so they can be stored in advance. ...
Chili Spaghetti Sauce
Chili Spaghetti Sauce tastes very hot because of the pickled chili peppers from the glass. For the spaghetti sauce, cut onions and garlic into fine cubes and sauté lightly in olive oil. ...
Colourful pasta sauce
Colourful pasta sauce is refined with sheep cheese. Boil Penne. ...
Gorgonzola Sauce
Gorgonzola Sauce is a classic creamy pasta sauce, which is particularly popular with spaghetti, but also goes well with ravioli or tortellini. For the Gorgonzola sauce peel a mild white onion and cut into fine cubes. ...
Leek Tuna Sauce with Pasta
Leek Tuna Sauce with Pasta For the leek tuna sauce with pasta, cook the best twisted fusilli firm to the bite, as they absorb the sauce particularly well. Halve the leek lengthwise and cut into rings. ...
Mascarpone Sauce
Mascarpone Sauce For the mascarpone sauce, first pour the pine nuts into a small butter pan. At medium temperature roast pine nuts without adding fat until they begin to smell. ...
Minced Meat Pasta Sauce
Minced Meat Pasta Sauce gets a spicy taste from dried tomatoes. Fill tomatoes into a bowl. ...

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