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Athis
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What is everybody's go to jar spaghetti sauce?
I was using Classico but Rouse's had Newman's on sale. I like Newman's it is smooth and not acidic like some are.


wickowick
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re: What is everybody's go to jar spaghetti sauce?
We use Newman’s. I think the Sockarooni is first choice


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keakar
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re: What is everybody's go to jar spaghetti sauce?
anything in a jar is crap, may as well open a can of raviolio's


Athis
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re: What is everybody's go to jar spaghetti sauce?
If I want a little spaghetti and sauce I ain't going to cook from scratch. If I am to do a pot of spaghetti and meatballs then I will make it from scratch.


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Brettesaurus Rex
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re: What is everybody's go to jar spaghetti sauce?
Classico is solid.
I will get Monjunis when I can find it.


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TigerAlum1982
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re: What is everybody's go to jar spaghetti sauce?
Before I started making my own, Sal & Judy's was my favorite.


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Kim Jong Ir
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re: What is everybody's go to jar spaghetti sauce?
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anything in a jar is crap, may as well open a can of raviolio's




Jeez. There are lots of jarred sauces that are good. They have their place.


tduecen
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re: What is everybody's go to jar spaghetti sauce?
Monjuni's


AbitaFan08
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re: What is everybody's go to jar spaghetti sauce?
Not jarred but there’s an Italian deli near me that sells their sauce. Whenever I don’t have time to make my own I’ll grab that.


Jibbajabba
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re: What is everybody's go to jar spaghetti sauce?
Browned meat with a jar of prego original and two small cans of hunts tomato sauce with oregano and basil is the bees knees.


Darla Hood
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re: What is everybody's go to jar spaghetti sauce?
Rao's Arrabbiata sauce.


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TigerstuckinMS
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re: What is everybody's go to jar spaghetti sauce?
I usually use one jar of Classico's roasted garlic and one jar of their sun dried tomato mixed together.

I like to use the jarred stuff for a quick midweek meal. Basically, start with some browned meat and the jarred stuff, then add more seasoning to taste and then wine/broth as needed to loosen it enough to simmer and cook rigatoni directly in the sauce without going too watery.
This post was edited on 2/9 at 7:37 pm


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Centinel
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re: What is everybody's go to jar spaghetti sauce?
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Classico


Best jar sauce out there.


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Spock's Eyebrow
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re: What is everybody's go to jar spaghetti sauce?
Bertolli olive oil and garlic.


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jaydoubleyew
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re: What is everybody's go to jar spaghetti sauce?
Newman’s sauces are great. Sockarooni or whatever it is is usually what we buy.

And it’s kind of pricey for jar sauce ($8) but Rao’s is good too and has no added sugar.


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NEMizzou
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re: What is everybody's go to jar spaghetti sauce?
If I use jarred I agree, sockarooni from Newman's isn't terrible. I just try to look for some sauce that has tomatoes as the first ingredient and not tomato puree... that being said, I have started using this process when making weeknight pasta... I have a few cans of San marzano sauce and olive oil simmering garlic and a can of tomatoes at the end works well, tastes great and doesn't take any longer than heating up a jar of sauce. youtube link


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Uncle JackD
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re: What is everybody's go to jar spaghetti sauce?
Cajun power


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LSU Tiger Bob
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re: What is everybody's go to jar spaghetti sauce?
RAO'S


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