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Old 01-07-2009, 03:11 PM   #11
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The added water is making it watery.
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Old 01-07-2009, 03:27 PM   #12
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jennyema:That made me laugh.Seriously,start to read properly before posting nonsense.
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I'm no kid ):
And I'm from near germany.Pasta is actually used here too,but it's more common to say noodles.And for me every noodle is a pasta and the same way around.

Well I can do it with ripe tomatoes and with can tomatoes.I get difficulties when it gets to the point of making sauce of what you've gotten in the bowl.At first it's kind of too liquid,and then gets too thick.(How old are you,Grandpa?)
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Old 01-07-2009, 03:44 PM   #13
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Ok, Kid, first off all 18 is a kid, even if you are a dreamy girl. Second of all my kids are older than you are so you are a kid to me. Third of all I was trying to be funny and defending you at the same time. Fourth of all where are you from exactly? Fifth of all, canít you take a joke, why do you think I put those winkling smiles there?

Now back to your sauce. Add some tomato paste, mix it well, and cook until right consistency. Stirring all the time.
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Old 01-07-2009, 03:49 PM   #14
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Hey CharlieD, you can call me Kid if you like ;)
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Old 01-07-2009, 04:09 PM   #15
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jennyema:That made me laugh.Seriously,start to read properly before posting nonsense.
There is absolutely no need to be rude. If you are rude here then you will quickly find that you are no longer welcome.

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I put tomatoes(Sometimes fresh ones,sometimes from a can)into a pot,with a bit sugar,salt and pepper.Then I heat it.Result:Water evaporates,which leaves it quite thick.I put water in it,which makes the taste less and it's getting like I said before,you can't put it on noodles.
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The added water is making it watery.
Just what about her post was nonsense??? She gave you the answer to your problem.
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Oh,I like to say what's in my mind,and her post IS nonsense.

I explained pretty well,that it gets too thick,that's why I have to put water in it.After all I want a sauce and not something like..roasted tomato..pieces.(Or burnt,more likely)
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Old 01-07-2009, 04:18 PM   #17
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Thank you GB.

I read quite well, actually.

"My question is,how can I make tomato sauces less liquid?If I make a tomato sauce it's actually so liquid,that it wont stay on the noodles."

"I put water in it,which makes the taste less and it's getting like I said before,you can't put it on noodles."
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I wish I could go to be a kid even just for a moment.
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Old 01-07-2009, 04:21 PM   #19
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Oh,I like to say what's in my mind,and her post IS nonsense.

I explained pretty well,that it gets too thick,that's why I have to put water in it.After all I want a sauce and not something like..roasted tomato..pieces.(Or burnt,more likely)
Like I said, there is no need to be rude. I suggest you read our Community Rules. The very first rule is "Be Respectful". Telling someone who is trying to help you that their post is nonsense is NOT respectful.

You asked how to remove liquid from your sauce. You then said that you added extra liquid to your sauce. The solution to your problem is to not add that liquid or not add as much. There is nothing nonsensical about it.
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Old 01-07-2009, 04:26 PM   #20
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Fighting with an Admin might not be the best,but here's my point:
I said it get THICK.THEN liquid,when I add sauce.NOW my question is:How do I keep it from getting thick?And if it's liquid already,how do I make it LESS liquid?
Not trying to be rude,but I speak if I want to,and I tell what's on my mind.

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