You probably have a jar in your cabinet, so grab it and get cooking!
This filling, flavored with olives and capers, could also be tucked into sweet pepper halves.
Makes: 6 servings
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Use some of the sauce in the meat loaf and toss the rest with your choice of pasta.
The mini tubes of pasta called ditalini cook up quickly, but you can use any small shape.
If your family loves sausage, crumble it into the simmering sauce and cook until no longer pink.
Makes: 8 servings
Prepared polenta, available in the grocery produce section, is ready to serve in minutes.
Cherry peppers add a blast of heat; adjust the amount as you prefer.
The distinctive seasoning is called alcaparrado but stuffed olives and capers also work.
Makes: 4 servings
This firm fish is a great match for the spicy sauce, but tuna could star as well.
Our simplified version of a Greek favorite is done in a mere 10 minutes.
Instead of constantly stirring on the stove, we baked this version of Italy's classic dish.