• Makes 2
  • 30 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 3 Ingredients


This tasty capsicum sauce is an alternative to tomato sauce. It is sweet and without the sharp taste that tomato sometimes has, it also has that special roasted flavour.


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Ingredients (makes 2 Cups)

  • 4 Medium size capsicums
  • 3/4 Cup Extra Virgin Olive Oil
  • 1/2 tsp Sea Salt


  1. Pre-heat oven to 200 degrees. Place capsicums on baking sheet lined with baking paper. Bake for 20 minutes till capsicums have completely collapsed and soft to touch.
  2. Let them cool for 5-10 minutes until you are able to handle. Peel skin, remove the membrane and de-seed.
  3. Add capsicums and sea salt to the blender. While the motor is operating, add oil in steady stream slowly till it becomes a smooth sauce. Taste and add more sea salt if you wish. Pour sauce into a sterilised jar.


This is really quick and easy, a simple and tasty sauce that can be used for pasta, and as a savoury sauce base in any other veggie bakes or cooking.

  • A great alternative to regular sauce and sounds so easy to make!


  • This sounds like a good alternative to tomato sauce and easy to make too.


  • Gosh, could it be any easier?! Minimal ingredients, minimal effort for maximum taste


  • going 2 try this one



  • Thankyou, I’m always looking for lots of home made alternatives to store bought preservative filled foods. It’s nice to have lots of different flavour options, love the idea of capsicum sauce!


  • Mmm, I love roast capsicum !


  • Very inspiring!! Thanks for another lovely recipe!


  • I Love a simple delicious homemade dip. Thanks for sharing


  • Love the taste of capsicum so this would no doubt be a delicious sauce!


  • Mm, looks scrumptious and only 3 ingredients, wow! This is on my to-make list for sure. Thanks for sharing!


  • Something different – what a fabulous idea!


  • Capsicum sauce I haven’t heard of it but I do like the sound of it


  • That’s a different spin on a classic. Thanks.


  • great idea I really like the sound of this.


  • Love this!!! I am going to experiment with your recipe and look at mixing veggies :) Thanks for sharing.


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