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The restaurant supply superstore carries all the top Italian food seasonings and sauces including marinara sauce for dipping bread and chicken marinara. Tomato marinara sauces have been used in Italian dishes for centuries.
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Del Monte Contadina Marinara Sauce - 105 Oz. Del Monte Contadina Marinara Sauce - 105 Oz.
Price $33.15 / Case of 6
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Heinz Bell Orto Marinara Sauce Heinz Bell Orto Marinara Sauce
Price $48.74 / Case of 6
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Heinz Dipping Marinara Sauce Cup - 2 Oz. Heinz Dipping Marinara Sauce Cups 2 Ounce
Price $28.94 / Case of 60
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Sauce Marinara - 1 Oz. Sauce Marinara - 1 Oz.
Price $18.93 / Case of 100
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Marinara Sauce - 24 oz. Marinara Sauce - 24 oz.
Price $36.44 / Case of 12
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Wholesale Marinara Sauce for pizzas, chicken marinara and other italian specialties. It is usually made from well-cooked tomatoes and vegetables, such as onions, parsley, celery, carrots, basil and garlic. Marinara gives you a good does of vitamin A, vitamin C, iron, and calcium.

If you don't want to buy marinara canned or jarred, try making it below with these simple steps:

  1. Sautee one onion for 8 minutes in a large pan on medium heat.
  2. Add a couple of spoons of minced garlic and cook another minute or 2
  3. Add a half cup of red wine and heat on high for another 2-3 minutes until liquid is gone. Stir consistently.
  4. Add 5 diced tomatoes, a spoon of parsley, a spoon of salt, and a spoon of pepper
  5. Simmer on low for 15 to 30 minutes