Tomato Gorgonzola Butter Pasta Sauce

If you are one of those people that can’t get enough Italian food, then it’s probably because you’ve made some Tomato Gorgonzola Butter Pasta Sauce. Making this delicious pasta sauce for pasta is really simple as well. All you need is a food processor, a little bit of oil, and you’re off. There is one thing that people tend to get wrong when they make this tomato-based pasta sauce. They often use just a little too much of the oil when they realize they’ve added too much.

Making this simple tomato-based butter pasta dish with just a few simple ingredients takes no time at all. All you really need is a bowl, a little bit of oil, and perhaps some of that shelled and peeled zucchini that you can get at the supermarket. Simply puree the zucchini in a bowl with about two cups of oil until it reduces in volume. Now the mixture will maintain its shape for about 48 hours in your refrigerator.

When it’s time to serve, simply add it to your skillet, and brown the minced garlic until it starts to glow. Then you can spoon the sauce over the top of your noodles and use it to bake them as usual or perhaps cut them into little meatballs and scatter the herb onto top of thin slices of pita bread. Sprinkle some of that delicious herb on top of your baked potatoes or turn them into spaghetti. (You may want to serve the spaghetti with some potato salad as well; that’s another meal idea that you can build upon.)

As an aside, you may want to save the remainder of that zucchini in your vegetable crisper for other uses. You may find that you want to experiment by shredding up the pieces of “monster” in order to make Italian sausage. That’s certainly an idea for another meal idea that has been around for a long time. In any case, once you’ve gotten the knack of making this delicious Italian herb a part of your regular cooking repertoire, you won’t be able to get enough of it.

Tomato Gorgonzola butter is made from the flesh of the Italian salami, which is a very healthy, lean meat. If you’ve ever eaten Italian salami, chances are good that you also know this other wonderful Italian herb, as well. It goes by several names, including endive, ravioli, risotto, prosciutto, as well as other Italian terms. The only thing common to all of those names is that they all refer to the same herb, which is used both in Italian cooking and in Italian baking. Basically, it’s a very tasty little bites of salami. Think about it… if you had to choose between salami and a gourmet Italian bread dough for a snack… Which would you choose?

Tomato Gorgonzola butter makes a great base for a great pasta sauce. Of course, it can also be used on its own, or with other ingredients to spice things up a bit. For example, you may have already made a delicious pizza sauce with this delicious little bite. You may decide to jazz things up with a truffles recipe or even a cream sauce. Whatever you decide, this Gorgonzola butter pasta sauce recipe will have your guests and family in stitches!

If you are using it on its own, you can add some fresh tomatoes or a can of tomato paste to the mix to increase the level of flavor. Also, it works well with different types of cheeses and breads, such as whole-wheat or whole-meal breads. Tomato Gorgonzola butter pasta sauce is great for using with pasta and as a pizza topping. It is versatile, so use it in different ways to create the flavors you love most.

You can make this tasty sauce in both a skillet and in your slow cooker. Use it to make a delicious lasagna sauce. Use it to top certain foods, such as pizza, with a little bit of added cheese. If you are having problems getting used to Gorgonzola butter, try to melt some cheese over it until it melts and then adding it to soups, stews, and other dishes. It will definitely add a flavor that you will love.

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