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Nothing seems faster and easier on a weekday night than throwing together some pasta and sauce with some garlic bread for dinner. It can become such an ordinary task that it seems it is on the menu weekly if not two times a week. When prowling the pasta aisle at the grocery store and looking for something that you feel confident feeding your family but also does not burst the grocery budget you want something that tastes authentic. Why not choose taste as well as preservative free sauce since it is available from the same brand?
“Victoria combines a slow kettle-cooking process and uses only the finest ingredients, never adding preservatives, water, paste, or sugar to our sauces… because your family is worth it.”
The #1 kettle-cooked pasta sauce is becoming available in more locations and you will need to not take my word for it but take the flavor test! I was unaware of this brand until sent product to try out. I was able to try the Marinara and the Fradiavolo sauce.
To keep my normal spaghetti or penne from becoming stagnant on the menu board I try to find easy ways to keep the cooking simple, fast, and tasty. That is why I rely on my slow cooker to cook my pasta sauce for me during the day. I can just boil up noodles before serving and we have a meal. But then I twist it up. One of my husband’s favorite dishes is meatballs over his spaghetti. No hardship there. Toss in a bag of meatballs, pour over the Victoria Fine Foods Marinara Sauce, set on low and in 4-6 hours we are eating!
My husband and toddler son (who both are very picky) agree they loved the Marinara. I then tried the Fradiavolo out with another slow cooker recipe. I placed chicken patties in the slow cooker, poured the sauce over, and let cook on low for 4 hours. Over some penne pasta with cheese, it was the perfect easy chicken parmesan. Now, the Fradiavolo is a bit more intense with a spicy kick. The toddler couldn’t do it and I needed a little more beverage but the flavor was out of this world.
The best part is, you can pronounce all the ingredients on the jar. They come in 11 flavors in 24oz jars. You can even see for yourself without standing in the sauce aisle, compare to other brands side by side. Then to make dinner even easier, check out some tasty recipes they have whipped up for you on their website.
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Author: Nichole Arnold
I’m the owner of Mommy Needs a Bottle . I’m a 30- something wine enthusiast that resides in Tampa, FL. I love family traditions, traveling, cooking, baking, reading, fashion, tattoos, beauty products, and being a Mommy! I have a background in marketing, public relations, copywriting, and sales.