A traditional Italian tomato sauce that combines crushed tomatoes, garlic and a variety of other ingredients, such as onions, basil or parsley, oregano, and olive oil into a sauce that is well seasoned. Commonly served on pasta or meats, Marinara sauce has evolved as so many other pasta sauces, into many different variations that attempt to provide an acceptable balance between mildy acidic and slightly sweet flavors. Recipes that include various forms of tomatoes, such as ground, crushed or pureed, vegetables such as carrots and chile or sweet peppers, several types of herbs or spices, and sweet ingredients such as sugar or honey are becoming more common.
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