What is the difference in your pizza sauces and marinara sauces?
For me personally, i don't add any dried basil, and i add extra oregano, extra red pepper, and crushed fennel seed.
How do you do it?
What is the traditional difference?
Both originated in Naples. Both are a type of pomodoro sauce. If memory serves me right, I believe the main difference is in the cooking time. Marinara is a quick tomato sauce, while tomato sauce for pizza (Sugo al Pomodoro Napolitana) generally was simmered a lot longer to make it thicker and more concentrated in flavor. Maybe one of our posters from Italy can shed more info on this.
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We will hafto wait till RDG wakes up cause he's definatly asleep right now in Italy I wouldnt mind a pizza sauce recipe from him.Hear that RDG?.A bit if trivia I was born in Naples,Italy although Im not Italian.