Bohemian Magic Studios Presents
Witchin’ Kitchen | Homemade Tomato Sauce (Recipe)
Hey you lovely little kitchen witches!
Today I will be showing you a very simple recipe that I made with the lovely tomato that Adrienne Crombie of Mad Lavender Farm in Milford, NJ, had given me upon my visit a couple weekends ago!
You can view the Vlog of my visit there HERE!
The tomato started to soften quite a bit, so I wasn’t sure if I was going to be able to use it, but upon further inspection after cutting it up, it was quite fine inside to purpose into a lovely and simple little tomato sauce, which is what I’ll be showing you how to make today! Hey, if it’s not moldy and doesn’t smell bad… then it’s fair game!
As I mention in the video, Italians don’t waste food! Hahah! SO in this video I figured I’d take it back to my Sicilian roots a bit, and add some shrimp to the dish. THIS STEP IS ENTIRELY OPTIONAL! Not everyone likes seafood, and some people are even deathly allergic, so please just taylor this dish to your own personal dietary needs or restrictions!
You do not have to add the shrimp! You can also add other things if you’d like, like zucchini, or eggplant… the veggie route is just fine!
I just have a weakness for seafood as I also mention in the video… I grew up eating it a lot. The Mediterranean diet is one of the best diets there are. Sicilians tend to eat a lot from the sea, since it is in fact an island. They’re surrounded by the beautiful water and make use of the gifts that the water gives to them on a daily basis. Everything prepared in true Sicilian cuisine is fresh, usually picked from the garden or caught from the sea, that same day!
I hope you enjoy my little tribute to my culture, with my music choices in this video:
Cherry Blossom – Wonders by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
Bushwick Tarantella by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
“Our French Cafe” By Jimmy Fontanez
and Last but certainly not least
“The Godfather Theme”
Rendition by “Songe” on Youtube.
He gave me permission to use his song for one of my videos about a year ago, and I finally did! You can check out his channel here, he is amazingly talented!
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Justina is the creative force behind Bohemian Magic Studios. She is inspired by bright colors, nature, books, and movies. She loves cooking, arts n crafts projects, essential oils, reading the tarot and talking about astrology!