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Old 05-10-2011, 05:04 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by Selkie View Post
For many things, such as pizzas or pasta, there are any number of white sauce recipes. Many of them are cream-based alternatives. Basic Alfredo sauce is a good substitute and starting point for making custom sauces to replace most tomato-based sauce.

To replace spicy, add another, but complimentary flavor such as celery seasoning, Italian seasoning, No-salt seasoning, paprika, garlic powder, ginger.
I agree, Selkie.

Welcome to DC, Sherb. Google "white pizza recipes". White pizza is awesome delicious, with lots of variations in ingredients.


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Old 05-10-2011, 06:45 PM   #12
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tomato substitutes

thanks for the replies, I shall try those ingredients where possible. My main problem is with casseroles or similar where it so often requires tomato paste or a can of tomatoes. I know I'm a pain, but when you love good food and your other half can't have this or that without upsetting her tummy, it makes it hard to modify recipes.
Ginger, paprika and other similar flavours are out of the question, although, thankfully, garlic is no problem. I guess we're not the only ones out there with this problem and I hope that raising the issue helps others as well. Has anyone heard of a web site relating to these cullinary problems?

Once again, thanks for the replies, they are really appreciated. Any more suggestions please?!

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Old 05-11-2011, 04:16 AM   #13
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gidday again
sorry for getting onto the forum the wrong way, I'm not too young and only new to forums, in fact this is the first I've written in to.

I'll plod along & learn\
regards, Sherb, in the land of Oz

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