Sunday Gravy, Italian Recipe – Gianni’s North Beach

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Sunday Gravy, Italian Recipe - Gianni's North Beach

Italian Sunday gravy is the traditional, long-cooked pasta sauce from a small village in Campania. It has long braised meats galore like pork braciola, beef …

This is a very easy recipe for Italian Stromboli. Using frozen bread dough. You can add your favorite ingredients. Better than the pizza store version. Ooooo…

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13 Responses

  1. Tom LaytonMarch 27, 2014 at 4:27 amReply

    Hey, Giani: When did you take out the celery, onions, carrots, & garlic
    from the tomato sauce in the process of making that Sunday gravy? Your
    demonstration didn’t show that part. Let me know. Ciao!

  2. Ardell DellaLoggiaMarch 27, 2014 at 4:45 amReply

    LOL! I thought I was the only one who still squeezed the tomatoes with my
    hands and pulled out the stems and hard yellow part. :)

  3. Tom LaytonMarch 27, 2014 at 5:12 amReply

    Giani…you really made that stuff look good! I’m from So.Cal, but
    consider North Beach my second home! You did a great job explaining how
    you fix everything.
    Grazi!

  4. Persia22March 27, 2014 at 5:57 amReply

    Oh man, what a treat! I’ve never tried Sunday Gravy – looks scrumptious!!
    Can’t wait to try it. Thank you Mr. Gianni & blessings to you :))

  5. Dale MeyerMarch 27, 2014 at 6:25 amReply

    OMG, Gianni, this was the best Italian gravy I’ve ever made. I am of German
    decent but I love Italian cuisine. It is very apparent that you are a
    retired professional chef and you explain everything so well in your
    videos. Danke!!!

  6. todd germaineMarch 27, 2014 at 7:07 amReply

    this is one of the best videos i have seen yet

  7. mikl tobayuMarch 27, 2014 at 7:53 amReply

    that is so delisch love your reciepies very good cook and explain it so
    well thank you very much im going to make this and i know its going to
    taste really really good thank you

  8. CallimotzMarch 27, 2014 at 8:08 amReply

    Did you ever get yelled at for dipping bread in the sauce while it cooks?
    My wife use to get mad . I would smell the sauce and impatiently grab some
    bread and dip it. She said that the yeast from the bread could spoil the
    sauce. 

  9. Thomas SMarch 27, 2014 at 8:21 amReply

    Hey Gianni,
    Hoboken boy here. That is how I make the gravy. Looks absolutely
    delicious!
    Ciao!

  10. Josie ZedakMarch 27, 2014 at 9:12 amReply

    Gianni, Truly enjoyed watching you cook. I make mine the same as yourself.
    I chop all the veggies so that I don’t remove except for the bay leaf.
    After 3 hrs of cooking you can’t find anything but the bay leaf! I’m fond
    of garlic so I use a bit more than you do.Love seeing you cook. Both my
    parents were born in Italy and cooking was a very important part of daily
    life. Thanks and God Bless you.

  11. Emma BradleyMarch 27, 2014 at 10:06 amReply

    My mother is from Napoli. Its so nice to see recipes from home. .
    Especially the braciole. Grazie

  12. 1billwillMarch 27, 2014 at 10:58 amReply

    Great video thank you.

  13. leebyrd68March 27, 2014 at 11:24 amReply

    WOW!! What a GREAT sauce Gianni!! LOVE it!! Thank you so much for
    posting!!!

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