50 Things to Make With Pasta Sauce

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50 Things to Make With Pasta SauceIt happens at least once a year — your favorite jarred tomato sauce goes on sale and you stock up — enough to feed an army sometimes. While nothing beats homemade sauce, sometimes the jarred varieties are a reliable substitute for quick weeknight dinners.

It's certainly a must-have in the pantry, along with pasta and one of Melissa d'Arabian's favorites — dried beans. But sometimes you can fall into a rut, using it the same ol' way. Not anymore. Food Network Magazine has taken a household staple and provided 50 different ways to incorporate it into recipes like Spanish rice, minestrone soup and Italian meatloaf.

Looking for a way to liven up baked potatoes? Try Pizza Potatoes (No. 21). Make a deep slit in baked potatoes, then stuff with some pasta sauce, chopped pepperoni and shredded mozzarella, and bake at 400 degrees F until the cheese melts.

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Whether served for breakfast or as breakfast for dinner, Eggs in Purgatory (No. 18) will have you reaching for crusty bread to wipe up the last dab of sauce, which is seasoned with pepper and grated Parmesan cheese.

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