Veggie smuggling anti parasitic deliciousness!

Pizza Sauce

by Helen Marshall

Veggie smuggling anti parasitic deliciousness!

Pizza Sauce

by Helen Marshall

by Helen Marshall

Friday night is pizza night here in the Marshall household!  Primal Alternative Pizza Bases are a staple in the freezer, ready to be whipped out for a ‘night off cooking’ takeaway takeaway vibe…ahhhh.

Each member of the family loves making their own pizza – they get to be creative, they get what they want, which means – they eat it – yay!

We found tomato paste way too boring (to be honest this is tomato paste in the featured pic as I couldn’t get a good picture of the Pizza Sauce! It is more of an orange colour!). The shop bought Pizza Sauces were a bit sugar heavy, so we made our own!

It is so easy to make, if you don’t have a Thermomix, just simmer and reduce slowly on the stove, in a bigger pan if you are in a hurry.  One batch will last for a couple of pizza nights.

The garlic makes this a potent anti parasitic healing food, and the sauce is a great place to smuggle a couple of handfuls of spinach.  Primal Alternative Pizza Bases are made of nutrient dense stuff like eggs and almond meal – so together it really lifts the nutrition of the meal.  Pizza Night that is good for you – now you’re talking!

 

Ingredients

  • 1 brown or red onion, cut into quarters, or diced if you are doing stove top
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 6 cloves of garlic, roughly chopped if doing stove top
  • 400g tomatoes or tin of
  • 1 teaspoon of salt
  • 1 handful of herbs (basil is my fave, parsley works well too) or 2 teaspoons of dried
  • 2 handfuls of spinach (optional)

 

Method

  • Add onion to Thermomix and chop speed 4 for 5 seconds.
  • Add one tablespoon of olive oil and cook 100 degrees, speed one for 3 minutes, or gently sautée the onion on the stove top.
  • Add remaining ingredients and cook, speed 1, 100 degrees for 10 minutes with mixing cup off and simmering basket on top of lid.
  • Blend for 30 seconds speed 8, or blend using a stick blender.

 

How easy is that?

 

 

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