Mama braun's spaghetti sauce
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Mama braun's spaghetti sauce
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:01:08 AM. Recipe ID 24445. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Mama braun's spaghetti sauce
 Categories: Entrees, Mom
      Yield: 1 Batch
 
     15 lb Ground beef
           -(or 10 lb ground beef
           -and 5 lb ground lamb)
      2 qt Chicken necks and backs,
           -boiled down in own broth
      9 lb Onion, unpeeled
      2 qt Beef stock
  4 1/2 qt Bell peppers, blended
      3 ga Progresso tomato paste
      2 ts Salt
      3 lb Mushrooms
  2 2/3 c  Sugar
      1 tb Oregano
           Gunk, to taste
           -(see recipe)
 
  Fill two 5-gallon pots with equal portions of ground beef (or beef and
  lamb) and scramble over high heat until well-done.
  
  Blend onions and add to meat, along with beef juice.  Blend bell
  peppers and add to meat.  Add tomato paste and cut heat from high
  (boiling) to simmer.  Add salt, mushrooms, blended chicken meat,
  sugar, "gunk" and oregano.  This should be let to simmer for half a
  day to a full day. When finished, can freeze basic sauce in jars or
  ziploc bags.
  
  TO SERVE SAUCE:  Thaw 1 1/2 quart container of sauce (four servings).
  Peel and sliver 4 garlic cloves into blender; add 1 cup wine (use
  sherry or burgundy) and 1 T  brown sugar, blend. Add to sauce and
  heat until ready.
  
  Beau's notes:
  
  *  This sauce is patterned after that of a Syro-American restaurateur
  of Ocala whose restaurant, The Blue Bird, no longer exists. However,
  the spaghetti sauce recipe, one Mama (after trying at first more or
  less to duplicate the Blue Bird's) refined, is immortal. Because of
  the vegetables used in it, the family tradition has been to make a
  meal of spaghetti with the sauce alone. The basic sauce is useful
  also for lasagna and other pasta dishes.
  
  *  Mom uses juices from beef roasted with sherry and "gunk" for beef
  stock.
  
  *  The family is still  boycotting Hunt's anything!
 




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Recipe ID 24445 (Apr 03, 2005)

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