How To Make The Best Tomato Sauce

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Christine Byrne

Be heavy-handed with that wine bottle, and plan for *at least* an hour of simmer time.

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Plum tomatoes (left) are most common for tomato sauce. They have more flesh and fewer seeds, making for a thicker sauce.

Beefsteak tomatoes (right) — also called globe tomatoes or slicing tomatoes — are larger than plum tomatoes, which means less peeling. They are often sold on the #vine but don’t assume that this makes them better quality. A good way to judge a tomato is by its weight relative to its size (the heavier, the better). And, don’t choose tomatoes with ripped skin or bruising. Get the recipe!