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14 Comments

      1. I just wanted to report back that I made this sauce (adding 3 cloves of garlic to the original recipe) and then pureed it in the blender. My toddler really liked it as a sauce on pasta but I wouldn’t say it came out like marinara. I think what it would be best for would be as a replacement in a recipe that includes canned tomato sauce. I definitely will make this again for that purpose.

  1. Super easy, delicious and comfy
    I made this recipe today and it is definitely a keeper, I love it. Quite recommended!






  2. I got this recipe in my email box and kept it in the back of my mind, until watermelon season started and I bought one. Today I am making this lovely sauce, thank you for this great idea. I hope you and Michael are doing well, take care and have a great weekend!

  3. Watermelon rinds do contain valuable nutrients. I feed my dogs homemade food, and puree the rinds and include it as part of their regular meal. I puree their food to make it easier to digest.

  4. This looks interesting. I just picked up a watermelon yesterday, so I’m going to have to try this. Thanks for the idea.