The Best Spaghetti Sauce

Celeste Drake


So I got really picky about m spaghetti sauce as I started getting older. I wouldn't touch canned/jarred sauce for anything and my mom put weird stuff in finally I came up with this recipe of my own...and I hate to toot m own horn, but I honestly have only tasted one other sauce that is better than this.

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4-6 with leftovers


1 Hr


1 Hr


1 lb
ground beef
1 lb
bulk italian sausage (mild or spicy)
1 large
onion, diced
1 large
green bell pepper, diced (if you dont like your sauce bell peppery...omit this item)
2 small
yellow chilies, diced (if you want it spicy...if not...omit this)
4 clove
minced garlic *
2 tsp
black pepper *
2 tsp
garlic powder *
1 Tbsp
italian seasoning *
1 tsp
red pepper flakes * (if you like spicy...if not...omit)
1 pinch
dried spearmint *
1 Tbsp
knorr chicken bouillon *
1 small
can of italian style stewed tomatoes
1 large
can stewed diced tomatoes
1 medium
can tomato paste
1 large
can tomato or vegetable juice
1 small
can sliced black olives

Directions Step-By-Step

in a big pot heat enough oil(olive, canola or vegetable) to coat bottom of pan and sauté the onions and bell pepper until translucent. (if going spicy do the yellow chilies with this step also)
add beef and sausage and brown thoroughly, and drain grease off
add cans of stewed tomatoes and all ingredients marked with the * and the tomato paste and combine well
add remaining ingredients and bring to simmer. Cover and allow to simmer for at least 1 hour. (at this point you could transfer it to a crock pot and cover and let go on low all day if you like)
serve with your favorite pasta and bread and you are good to go!

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Other Sauces