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 +====== Matthew'​s Meat Sauce ======
 +<img src="​_media/​cooking:​recipes:​photo1443220799605.jpg"​ max-width: 100%  </​img>​
 +^Information ^Nutrition per serving^
 +|10 minutes prep| 302kcal|
 +|30 minutes active | 19g fat|
 +|Makes 6 servings | 22g protein|
 +^Ingredients ^Method^
 +|1 pound mild Italian sausage (bulk or in casings)| 1. Bring olive oil to a shimmer in a large skillet.|
 +|1/2 pound lean ground beef| 2. Add onions and garlic. Sautรฉ over medium high heat until onions begin to brown.|
 +|1 can diced tomatoes| 3. Add meats, breaking apart with a spatula.|
 +|1 cup tomato sauce| 4. Sprinkle seasonings over top and mix in well.|
 +|1 teaspoon teach garlic powder, onion powder, and black pepper| 5. Allow to cook until meat is completely brown.|
 +|1 tablespoon dried Italian seasoning| 7. Add tomatoes and sauce. Reduce heat to low, cover, and allow to simmer for 15-20 minutes.|
 +|1 1/2 cup diced onion (about 2 small onion'​s worth)| 8. Refrigerator improves the flavor and texture, but isn't necessary. Serve hot.|
 +|1/2 tablespoon olive oil| |
 +|4 cloves crushed garlic| |
 +=== Serving Suggestions ===
 +  * Goes well with pastas that allow it to cling, such as short cut noodles with lots of nooks and crannies, and very wide noodles
 +  * Works well as a lasagne sauce or for stuffing shells
 +=== Variations ===
 +  * Ground turkey can be used in place of beef for a leaner meal
 +  * Various spicinesses of ground pork are available, all to suite multiple palettes
 +  * Fresh herbs can be used, but should not be added until the very end to avoid burning and damaging the sensitive oils