Use this marinara sauce recipe from Amy Schumer for multiple meals

Merna Delaurentis

Table of Contents The Tomato Sauce1. Meatballs2. Meatball Subs3. No Boil Lasagna4. Simple Baked Chicken Parmesan5. Pizza6. Simple Spaghetti with Sauce Over the quarantine last summer my family, like so many others, spent more time together watching TV. I decided it would be fun to share some classic movies from […]

Over the quarantine last summer my family, like so many others, spent more time together watching TV. I decided it would be fun to share some classic movies from my childhood with my two teenage girls, like “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” and “Footloose.”

Such an interesting perspective to see those movies and others through their eyes.

In our search for entertainment, we came across a cooking show that ended up being one of our favorite shows of the summer, “Amy Schumer Learns to Cook,” on the Food Network.

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The show features comedian and actress Amy Schumer and her husband and award-winning chef, Chris Fischer. They filmed the show while quarantining at a rental house and their nanny does the filming. Chris prepares meals while sort of instructing Amy, who self-admittedly is not great in the kitchen.

The tomato sauce can be used in a no boil lasagna with meat or just veggies.

They showcase and share recipes for some of their favorite foods and always have a featured cocktail to start. It was not only funny and entertaining, but we also got some great recipes out of it. I highly recommend you check it out on demand if you have a chance.

Our very favorite recipe that we now make pretty much weekly is a tomato sauce/marinara. It is super simple and so fresh tasting and full of flavor.

I use the sauce in six different staple recipes that we make often. Sometimes I’ll even use three cans of tomatoes and maybe a little more garlic when making the sauce to make extra to use for say lasagna on a Sunday night and pizza on that following Friday.

Ingredients for tomato sauce.

The Tomato Sauce

Ingredients

1/4 cup olive oil

4 cloves garlic

Two 28 ounce cans whole San Marzano Tomatoes

a few shakes of dried oregano

Kosher salt and pepper

Directions

Place a saucepan over medium heat, add the olive oil and garlic and sauté until the garlic starts to color and become fragrant, about 2 minutes.

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