Everyone has their own favourite pizza sauce they keep returning to. Try some of these user submitted recipe ideas for a little variation!
It's not hard to take shop bought passata and jazz it up with Italian spices like oregano and basil, and just as good as any pizza sauce I know.
Tomato purée, olive oil, garlic and dried spices sit for hours to let the flavours blend in this uncooked pizza sauce. The thickness of the sauce depends on the amount of water used; it should be thick enough to spread and hold on the base.
If you love crispy, woodfire style pizzas, this recipe and cooking technique will give it to you. This dough recipe should make enough for 6 - 8 small pizzas. I use a clean terracotta plant base to cook my pizza on. Dough and sauce can be frozen for use at a later date.
It's good to have a basic pizza sauce on hand for quick dinners. It also freezes well - makes enough for four large pizzas.
A bulk batch of this all purpose tomato sauce can go a long way, we like it on our pasta, as the base for a parmigiana and even used it on pizzas.
This recipe makes enough dough and sauce for 2 pizzas; either make both, or freeze one for an easy dinner.
This is a great sauce for pizza or pasta. It's a very quick and versatile sauce that may be doubled or tripled.
Simple homemade pizza sauce that is ready in no time. Uses only passata, tomato puree, oregano, garlic and paprika. Just stir ingredients together then use.
This is a pizza recipe with white sauce and chicken makes a nice change from the ordinary cheese and pepperoni pizza.
This pizza sauce recipe makes enough for two pizzas. If you only want one halve the recipe or freeze the other half until next time.