Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Plum Tomato & Black Olive Sauce

We love canned black olives stuffed with bellpepper or else with anchovy fish, but i rarely add olives in my cooking apart from using black olives as toppings in pizza. When i picked pizza in different sauce as theme for this week's blogging marathon, i really want to dish out something with black olives. After googling, i decided to go with my favourite plum tomatoes along with black olives  to serve with my pastas. Trust me, this mildly tangy sauce makes an excellent pair to enjoy with spaghetti and everyone at home enjoyed thoroughly this delicious sauce.

Plum tomato and black olive sauce

Trust me, this sauce is very simple to make and definitely a delicious sauce when compared with the store bought ones. You can use this sauce to make your lasagna as well, the key ingredient for making this sauce is plum tomatoes. Plum tomatoes gives a beautiful colour to this sauce, in case if you dont get plum tomatoes, just add more tomatoes to make your sauce.You can also add vegetables like mushrooms etc in this sauce if you feel like adding vegetables else you can skip it very well. Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#50.

Plum tomato Black olive sauce

1/4kg Plum tomatoes
5no Garlic cloves
1no Onion (big and chopped)
1/4cup Pitted black olives
3tbsp Olive oil
Salt
1/2tsp Dry oregano
Pepper powder or chilly flakes

Cook the tomatoes in a boiling water until the skin begins to split. Remove the tomatoes and drop them in ice water.

Remove the tomatoes from ice water and discard the tomato skin, chop the tomatoes.

Heat the oil, add the chopped garlic cloves and fry until a nice aroma comes from.

Add the chopped onions and saute until the onions turns transculent

Add the tomatoes,black olives, salt and cook the mixture until the sauce turns bit thick.

Add the dry oregano and pepper powder/chilly flakes.

Cook the sauce for few minutes and put off the stove.

Serve warm with pastas.

Olive and tomato sauce

19 comments:

  1. This sounds like my daughter's kind of sauce. She loves olives. :)

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  2. nice sauce and lovely tempting color..

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  3. This one sounds really interesting... I would try this next time I make my pasta...

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  4. Comforting and delicious soup. love the look of the soup, that color, wow!

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  5. what a beautiful color!!! looks so tempting..

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  6. love the gorgeous colour, and the contrast of black of the olives with the red sauce

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  7. Looking absolutely yummy and gorgeous!!


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  8. love the colour of the sauce. Looks so good. Adding olives gives it a new level of taste.

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  9. Wow Priya that sauce looks so bright and inviting!

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  10. Black olives are one my favorite additions to pasta sauce. Love the vibrant color constrast.

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  11. Sauce looks amazing . Black olives must have given it a wonderful taste.

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  12. This sauce has an awesome colour, love it.

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  13. Ooooooo! Love teh colour of the sauce.

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  14. The sauce looks so vibrant and love those olives in between

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  15. Now this is our kind of pasta sauce.. Fresh tomatoes must have given this sauce an amazing taste. Love the addition of salty olives.

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  16. My kids will love this with olives in the sauce!! Looks very vibrant as well.

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  17. I have also been thinking of using some similar kind of sauce for my series :) The color contrast from the addition of olives looks so attractive!

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