Tomato sauce refers to many different sauces made primarily from tomatoes. The simplest of all tomato sauces consist just of chopped tomatoes cooked down (possibly with olive oil) and simmered until they lose the raw flavor. It may be seasoned with salt, herbs or spices. Tomato sauce is an ancient condiment that was used in Mesoamerican foods. The first person to discover about tomato sauce was Bernardino de Sahagún, a Franciscan friar from the Kingdom of Spain. In countries like the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa, the term tomato sauce is used to describe a condiment that is similar to ketchup.
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