Mangy Moose Marinara

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Our Southern Italian inspired marinara seasoning is a savory blend of herbs and spices. Marinara sauce is increasing in popularity and is derived from the Italian word marinaro meaning “of the sea,” or “sailor’s style.” Its simplicity and easy to make feature allows it to be used in many great Italian dishes or as a dipping sauce for appetizers.  For a dipping sauce you can omit the mushrooms and Italian sausage.*

Mangy Moose Marinara Sauce

2 garlic cloves minced
½ Cup onion chopped
2 Tbls. olive oil
1 28oz. can diced tomatoes
1 26oz. can spaghetti sauce
6-8 mushrooms sliced*
4 links of mild or hot Italian sausage*
1/3 Cup red wine (optional)
1 package of The Mangy Moose Marinara Seasoning
1 12 oz. package of Zesty Moose Tomato Basil Garlic Fettuccini,  Italian Spice Linguini or Fire Angel Hair for an added zip of flavor! Oh it has a bite!

New Ingredients

Method:

Cut sausage links into pieces and brown in a heavy skillet.

Remove from pan draining all excess fat on a paper towel.

Saute Onion & Garlic

In the same skillet, sauté onion, garlic and

mushrooms in 1-2 tablespoon of olive oil for 2-3 minutes.

Combine all ingredients into a slow cooker, set on low and cook 3-4 hours. This marinara sauce can be used for spaghetti, lasagna, pizza or as a dipping sauce on the side for our Mozzarella Cheese Sticks.

Serves 6

Note: Our pasta varieties will make up to 24 cooked ounces of pasta. Cooking times for our pasta are as follows:

Angel Hair – 90 seconds
Linguini – 2-3 minutes
Fettuccini – 3-4 minutes

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