The caraway seeds give this a real POP of flavour. For me it is an unusual combination but it certainly works. I put the sauce on a bought pizza base and added mushrooms and sundried tomatoes.
Very yummy and so quick to make. I made this as written recipe, Hubby was working away and Little Miss (DD) and I wanted a quick yet yummy dinner. This was a perfect start. We topped our pizza with red onions, diced roast chicken, pineapple, mushrooms, cheese and fresh parsley. The sauce was wonderful, not to overpowering but a perfect balance with the rest of the pizza. Thank you Peggy Leggy for posting Dan's recipe
Wow, what a great sauce! So easy to make and such a yummy flavour! Loved the addition of the seeds and also the thick texture.
THANK YOU SO MUCH for sharing this lovely recipe with us, Peggy!
Made and reviewed for Aussie/NZ Recipe Swap #50, March 2011.
This made an excellent sauce for a quick pizza dinner tonight! I used used pork sausage and fresh mozzarella as toppings, and the caraway was very tasty with the pork. Yum! Thanks Peggy! Made for PAC Fall 2008.
Awesome pizza sauce - I quadrupled the recipe so that I would have lots to freeze for future use. I used it twice this week for 2 different sleep-overs. I used it on the pizzas themselves, and also served extra sauce on the side to dip the pizza crust into. This is very similar to the pizza sauce I normally throw together - now I have actual measurements to go by! Thanks for posting - made for Aussie/NZ Recipe Swap July 2008.
I love it when I discover recipes like this on Zaar - there are so many to browse through, and it was pure luck that I grabbed this as a Tagged recipe, that I even got to make it at all! The secret is without doubt the caraway seeds; it has a very similar taste to an Italian pork dish I do with fennel seeds. I made the amounts stated, which covered two of my own Chorizo, Onion and Goat's Cheese Pizzas, about 12" in diameter. The herb combination is also delicious. I plan to make a double batch of this sauce later on this week - I can see possibilities for pasta and baked gratin dishes too! Made for an Aussie/NZ tag game - THANK GOODNESS! FT:-)