red sauce


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Any low-fat, low-calorie tomato-based sauce, most typically associated with Italian cuisine

red sauce

Nutrition Any low-fat, low-calorie tomato-based sauce. Cf White sauce.
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The baby octopus had been stirred with cut, mixed vegetables in a hot, spicy red sauce, leaving some pieces more crunchy than chewy and others vice versa.
He's grown out of that now but still loves lashings of red sauce on pasties.
The 30-year-old claims he has doubled his fishy haul and spends hours marinading his hooks in the fiery red sauce.
As Heinz is such a big player in the global market any purchase will need regulatory approval, but the company does not expect any obstacles/When you see it from a consumer perspective, red sauce users are totally different to brown sauce users.
Categories are whites with roast chicken, with pasta and cream/butter sauce, with crackers and cheese, with vegetable/rice salad; and reds with grilled steak, with cheeseburger, with pasta and red sauce, with pizza (sausage, pepperoni and mushroom).
Heat frozen meatballs, layer in toasted rolls and top with red sauce and a slice of provolone.
Since tomatoes thrive in hotter climates, dishes with red sauce are more popular in the south of Italy than in the north.
We just had time to share a white chocolate and raspberry charlotte with luminous red sauce which reminded us of a Mr Whippy special.
Ask for hot sauce amd your server will bring a fiery red sauce in a small bowl.
Buried in the red sauce will be 'chicken footballs' - a phrase which conjures up horrible images.
They're a bit small, but slapped in a barm cake with some red sauce, they're the perfect bachelor meal.
We skipped antipasto, available in two sizes, and ordered mozzarella sticks with red sauce for dipping ($6) and a plump, fresh shrimp cocktail ($7) -- both shared four ways.