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    Taking the TANG out of tomato sauce?

    I made tomato sauce over the weekend, and it turned out a little too tangy. What can I do to fix it??

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    Taking the TANG out of tomato sauce?

    Some people like to add sugar and some like to use salt to neutralize the acidity of the tomatoes. I'm a diabetic and prefer to use only a teaspoon or less of sugar.

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    Taking the TANG out of tomato sauce?

    You can add some sugar but another good way is to do as some Italians do, add some milk. Wait until the sauce is boiling and then add cold milk. If you add it whilst the tomato sauce is cold the milk will curdle - it doesn't taste any different, it just looks a bit odd.

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    Taking the TANG out of tomato sauce?

    Add some red wine to sweeten tomato sauce.
    You can also cook it with a whole carrot (remove later).

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