Cooking with Tomato Sauce

"Speed-Scratch" Grinders

Talk about "speed scratch" cooking!  This one-dish play on Sloppy Joe requires just four ingredients, takes 10 minutes to make, and can be easily vegan-ized!

Shroomami Zucchini Sandwhich

Try this simple sauté with any ingredients in your fridge - veggies, meats, grains - and just pop it on some good bread.

Eggplant Casserole

This is a great meatless Monday dish to pre-make on Sunday! Omit the panko for a completely gluten free but seriously satisfying comfort dish.

Arugula & Prosciutto Pizza

Jar Goods Classic Red makes the perfect base for a great pizza and now that fresh pizza dough is readily available in most stores, you‘ll never need to order in again. You can garnish these pizzas with any of your favorite toppings but we especially like this combination of arugula and prosciutto.

Classic Spicy Gazpacho

This is a beautiful first course with the fresh flavors of cucumber, cilantro and tomato. Our Classic Spicy Tomato Sauce brings a depth of flavor to the gazpacho and a seared shrimp finishes the dish off. This recipe is perfect for company and the last sun-drenched evenings of September before the Fall sets in.

Zucchini Chips

For the perfect happy hour at home, set a bowl of these zucchini chips aside and crack open a jar of Classic Red. Hors d’oeuvres have never been this easy.

Indian Curry Tomato Soup

The most satiating thing on a cold spring night is a warm bowl of tomato soup. Mixed with Indian spices, seeds, fresh herbs, and a few tablespoons of apple cider vinegar, this recipe will be the perfect spring cleansing for your mind and body.

Turkey Meatballs

Here at Jar Goods, we believe that less is more. By pairing down the portion size of this Italian favorite into tapas, this recipe allows you to have your meatballs and eat them too. Perfect with salads and steamed vegetables as sides, this meal will fill you up without slowing you down. 

Ratatouille on Pesto Garlic Toast

We're celebrating spring by using ALL OF THE VEGETABLES!  Now, at first glance this recipe may seem intimidating or time-consuming. It's not!  Once you've got everything chopped, simply sauté and simmer, allowing all the flavors to meld together. Enjoy this simple dish straight out of the bowl or served over pesto garlic toast.

Sautéed Vegetables over Zucchini Ribbons

Ever wonder what to do with the sauce at the bottom of the jar? We took this question to our test kitchen and came up with a great solution– make a guilt-free lunch for the next day.