Top Rated Pasta Sauce Recipes

Turkey and Vegetable Shepherd's Pie
This simple shepherd's pie recipe calls for only four ingredients and will satisfy the whole family. Recipe courtesy of Perdue
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4.5
Popover Pizza
No pizza oven? No problem! This twist on pizza is a golden popover hiding a flavorful filling of meat, sauce, vegetables and cheese.Recipe courtesy of Eggland's Best.
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4.5
Slow Cooker Fresh Veggie Lasagna
You won't miss the meat in this flavor-packed slow cooker lasagna. The best part? It takes just 20 minutes to prepare.This recipe is courtesy of the National Dairy Council.
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4.5
Five-Way Mini Meatloaves
Even though these ground beef meatloaves might be mini, they are chock-full of flavor and nutrients.Recipe courtesy of The Beef Council
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4.5
Italian Meatloaf Cupcakes
These Italian Meatloaf Cupcakes are perfect for the whole family to enjoy!Recipe courtesy of Eggland's Best
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4.5
A couple of years ago I started making a three-ingredient spread that has seen Jackie and me through many, many sessions of pre-dinner drinks. It is simply a mash of olives and cream cheese, brightened with lemon zest. (I didn’t realize at the time that something similar actually existed: I’ve looked at other recipes and immodestly prefer my own for its simplicity, its high olive content and its lemon zest.)Using good olives and good cream cheese – preferably a fresh, properly tart and cheeselike smaller-production variety such as Ben’s from upstate New York – yields a spread that can shmeared on Scandinavian-style rye bread, dense pumpernickel or crispbread, either by itself or even topped with smoked salmon: the olives and lemon zest make sense with smoked fish.What if I make too much or don’t serve enough of it? The leftovers – all by themselves – make a dandy buttery-tasting (though butterless) olive-cream sauce for pasta. Do not scoff: Think of delicious pasta sauces made of other cheeses and little else, like the Roman cacio e pepe or my beloved gorgonzola and arugula. And there’s rarely a down side to olives.So make the spread and then make the pasta.Serves many as a spread; the leftovers (two thirds of the total quantity) will serve two as a main-course spaghetti sauce (or four as a pasta starter)
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4
As chef Jim Burke describes, this decadent dish is "immensely satisfying" to make. It’s simple and straightforward, but so creamy and indulgent that you may find yourself getting lost in the meal (and hopefully forgetting what day it is altogether).
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4
Green Tomato Pasta Sauce
This is a delicious and light twist on a classic tomato pasta sauce. The green tomatoes add a tang and a freshness to the sauce, making it perfect for the last days of summer. Serve it with your favorite shape of pasta and enjoy! Click here to see Green Tomatoes for Everyone.
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Cheesy Pizza Dip
Don’t let the word "dip" fool you. This dairy-packed, high-protein fun dish is a nutritionally sound mini-meal! Check out more delicious pizza-fied recipes here! For more classic pizza recipes, click here. 
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3
Best Turkey Tetrazzini with Mushrooms, Bacon, Garlic, and Herbs
Turkey Tetrazzini is a fancy name for a turkey casserole with a cream sauce, mushrooms, and peas, and we've always used it for a leftover dish after Thanksgiving when turkey is so abundant. But, the truth is, it's great anytime you have some leftover turkey or chicken. Turkey Tetrazzini can taste slightly bland so my version includes some garlic, bacon, and herbs to punch up the the flavor of the sauce. Dare I say, "BAM?"
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