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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I have caught myself wondering whether he'd eat more Rice Krispies in the morning if they were smothered in red sauce as opposed to floating in milk.
NEAR, which closes April 28, set out to offer modern twists on traditional Italian cuisine and not be a place where diners could find checkered tablecloths and food swimming in red sauce.
In the past 12 months, we have bought 73 million bottles of the famous red sauce which first hit UK shelves in 1876.
Heat frozen meatballs, layer in toasted rolls and top with red sauce and a slice of provolone.
The 30-year-old claims he has doubled his fishy haul and spends hours marinading his hooks in the fiery red sauce.
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.
He's grown out of that now but still loves lashings of red sauce on pasties.
Buried in the red sauce will be 'chicken footballs' - a phrase which conjures up horrible images.
The chef's specialties, chicken Merlos ($12.99), chicken breast in a tangy red sauce, and pasta roja, chicken in tomato sauce over ziti, deserve a mention as well.
We just had time to share a white chocolate and raspberry charlotte with luminous red sauce which reminded us of a Mr Whippy special.