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How To Make A Vegetarian Healthy Marinara Sauce From Scratch | Rockin Robin Cooks



Try my homemade marinara sauce that was inspired by my father-in-law. It’s full of fresh herbs and porcini mushrooms. It’s vegetarian.
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Try my fried polenta recipe with this marinara sauce:

Marinara Sauce
Ingredients:
1 yellow onion, super fine dice
8 cloves garlic, minced
1 Tbsp. heaping fresh sage
1 Tbsp. fresh Thyme
2 tsp. Fresh oregano
20 large leaves fresh basil, chiffonade
1 handful bunch of fresh parsley
1 tsp. Fresh rosemary petals, chopped
Celery hearts from 1 bunch of celery
3 Tbsp. olive oil
Salt
1 heaping cup of dried porcini mushrooms
¼ cup red wine
2 cans of San Marzano peeled tomato (28 oz. ea.)

Directions:

Place the mushrooms in a bowl of cold water and dunk them. Swish the mushrooms occasionally for 4 or 5 minutes to loosen any dirt or sand. Then place the mushrooms in another bowl and add hot water. Let them soak for about 10 minutes to rehydrate.

In a large frying pan over medium high heat, add the olive oil and onion and saute for 30 – 40 minutes. Then add the garlic and saute for an additional 2 minutes.

Take the sage, oregano, and thyme remove the leaves. I like to remove the petals from the stems of the rosemary and chop them up with a knife before putting them in a food processor so that they are finely chopped and disappear in the sauce.

After the mushrooms have rehydrated, remove them from the water and place them on a cutting board to chop them up.

Place 1 can of the tomato along with the mushrooms and ½ of the herbs except the basil into the food processor and blend until smooth. Pour this into the onion mixture. Repeat the process with the second batch of tomato and herbs.

Add the wine to the sauce and salt to taste. Simmer this for 30 minutes.

In the meantime, we will chiffonade the basil. Stack 10 leaves on top of each other and roll them into a cylinder. Slice into thin pieces and then chop in the other direction. Add it to the sauce and stir. Simmer another 10 minutes.

You can serve this sauce over pasta, cauliflower rice, pizza, meatloaf, stuffed tomatoes, lasagna, etc. The ideas are endless!

I hope you enjoy this healthy marinara sauce!

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28 comments

  1. Hi! ☺ I will definitely be trying your marinara sauce recipe ??! Tyfs! Your garden Rosemary looks Beautiful!, all of the herbs did. What do you do with all of them? Do you dry/freeze/preserve any? Have a Wonderful day, all day long!! ☺☺??

  2. Thanks for the recipe, Robin! My husband was looking for a homemade marinara sauce and I suggested your channel.
    So glad you had one! Anyway, he made it and LOVES it! Thanks so much!!! You rock! LOL

  3. Robin, I saved this recipe to make for my husband and last week he told me he was going to make spaghetti for my birthday and he does not cook! I knew it would turn into a we job! We made it this past weekend for Sunday lunch at his moms and it was a hit. Thanks again for sharing this recipe! By the way Edwin watched the video a couple of times and he did great!

  4. Hola, Robin! Thanks for another great and simple recipe! I'm making it right now. I'll try your polenta recipe tomorrow. I'll eat this marinara with some pasta tonight. 🙂

  5. I love the way u present yourself before starting ur video. Again thanks for sharing this recipe ???

  6. Oh this sauce looks really tasty will try it soonest.

  7. im jealous of your kitchen. its clean, plenty of cooking tools. i want my future kitchen to be like yours

  8. Wow, it looks so delicious Thank you, for this recipe Rockin Robin.

  9. It looks delicious, thanks Robin and thanks to your father in law for sharing his tips.

  10. Super Fine Dicer? Where do I find that?

  11. can I use shitake or any other brown mushrooms?

  12. I see you did not use mint

  13. I love making my own sauces. This one is a winner.  I can tell just by your ingredients. I will make this as soon as I can get to the store.

  14. Great Recipe. Thank You Rockin Robin !

  15. Hi Robin, that marinara sauce looks wonderful, I’m used to making my grandmothers old generation secret Italian sauce, but I’d like to try yours out as I’ve never tried mushrooms in sauce. Thank you hun I hope you are well.

  16. I absolutely love your videos, but this may be my favorite! Thank you for sharing such a great recipe – I can’t wait to try it! Love your presentations, and your content! Where was the restaurant located, which is shown in the start of your videos? I can imagine it in the southwest. Thank you, Robin!

  17. How would you suggest to do this without a food processor?

  18. Looks wonderful. I will try it.

  19. That looks delicious and I will be making it soon! Thank you for sharing!

  20. robin..thanks allot and cannot wait to try..love you girl..

  21. Thank you Robin and THANK YOU to your sweet father-in-law for sharing this recipe!! It looks so delicious!!

  22. You didn't toss that mushroom water I hope? That has so much flavor!

  23. Looks as through the mushrooms get chopped up well, not a fan of them, what could be substituted for them with equal flavor…thanks

  24. I HAVE BEEN MISSING YOUR VIDEOS. I HAVE BEEN IN THE HOSPITAL AND REHAB BUT I AM BACK. I LOVE MARINARA SAUCE AND THIS IS AWESOME. CAN'T WAIT TO GIVE IT A TRY. THANK YOU ROBIN. YOU DEFINITELY ROCK. GOD BLESS.

  25. Great recipe!!! ? Thank you so much… I'll definitely try it
    Greetings from Germany ❤️

  26. Hola, sweet adorable Robin. Your marinara sauce looks gorgeous. What's your best tip for setting up a Mexican supper? Have a good day, sweet adorable Robin. <3

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