One of my favorite meals to cook at home is pizza. We seem to be in a groove where we’re making pizza every weekend and it’s followed up by movie night. In fact, there was one random Wednesday I made pizza and the kids were so confused. They thought surely it was a movie night instead of a “school” night!
This pizza sauce recipe is so simple and only involves ingredients from your pantry. You can whip it up ahead of meal time as it keeps well in the refrigerator for at least a week. Bonus, there’s no cooking! Just stir the ingredients together and you’re good to go.
Equipment-wise, it doesn’t get much simpler than only needing a can opener, a bowl and measuring spoons.
Seriously, the fastest pizza sauce you can make.
You'll need a can opener, bowl and measuring spoons.
- 1 14-15 oz can tomato sauce no salt added if you can find it
- 1/2 teaspoon salt Kosher
- 1 teaspoon garlic powder or granulated garlic
- 1 teaspoon dried oregano
- 1/4 teaspoon ground pepper
Empty tomato sauce into a bowl.
Add remaining ingredients to tomato sauce.
Stir together until mixed well. Use with your favorite pizza crust!
This pizza sauce will keep in a jar in your refrigerator for at least a week.
There you have it. The fastest pizza sauce recipe possible. It doesn’t get much easier!
Welcome to 5 Ingredient Friday! Here you'll find a recipe with 5 ingredients or less (shhh... water, oil, salt, pepper don't count). Recipes don't need a lot of ingredients to be yummy. Fewer ingredients means simpler prep. It also means you'll have them memorized in no time. 5 Ingredient recipes are the backbone of my everyday cooking. I hope you find a place for this recipe in your kitchen.
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This can opener has stood the test of time. I’ve had it over a decade, and it still works great every time. No need for a fancy electric opener.
Stainless steel measuring spoons are the way to go. The engraved lettering guarantees the lettering won’t wear away. This is also a great set because it includes the 1/8 teaspoon and the 1/2 tablespoon. While not that commonly used, it’s nice to have them when it comes up.
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