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Does anyone know how to make the spicy hot tomato oil from Pastabilities? ? ...Bueller?

10:08AM Tue, September 07 2010

Efbc3e8f2984f31d0b817b66e36d1eb7_normal @mellokittie

did you check

10:11AM Tue, September 07 2010

Photo_normal @YoDaCoolest

tom oil- I think it's a bit of a mystery (see ) but if you figure it out, DO SHARE! [not my blog]

10:22AM Tue, September 07 2010

Photo_normal @YoDaCoolest

i looked for the recipe myself a few months ago & found this

10:25AM Tue, September 07 2010

guest64192 guest64192

This was just on Diners Drive Ins and Dives but I can't get the show to rerun on my computer. She did the garlic in oil, added the oil to the tomatoes, added honey and ???? I am going to have to watch again.

11:36AM Sun, December 30 2012

guest89579 guest89579

2 cans (28oz) of crushed tomatoes (I used San Marzano) 10 cloves of garlic (6 minces, 4 sliced thinly) 1 small onion, minced 1 cup olive oil 3ish tablespoons tomato paste 3ish tablespoons sugar A little bit of fresh ground pepper A lot a bit of red pepper flakes (probably a tablespoon) A lot a bit of cayenne pepper (at least a tablespoon)

7:10PM Sat, January 05 2013

guest89579 guest89579

Take too: Ingredients: 2 cans (28 ounces) crushed tomatoes 2 cups olive oil (I would go back to one as a personal, trying to be healthier preference) 1/2 cup garlic, sliced 2 ounces asian chili oil (contains pepper flakes) 1 teaspoon cayenne powder 1/3 cup honey Directions: 1. Pour olive oil into a pot and heat to medium. Add garlic and cook until golden. 2. Add in tomatoes, chili oil, cayenne, and honey. 3. Let simmer for a bit.

7:13PM Sat, January 05 2013

guest68589 guest68589

I have never made it but im going to try it this way... four tomatoes canola oil crushed red pepper bazil a little bit of sugar clove of garlic. let the tomatos reduce down then drain the extract from the oil. through on fettaccini and sprinkle with mozzarella cheese. if anyone trys this out before i get the chance let me know.

3:02PM Tue, June 11 2013

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