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. 

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Melissa Vitelli
Meatloaf Cupcakes

This April Fools Day, we are showcasing how Jar Goods can make it all. Classic Spicy adds a kick to this savory surprise. After trying our Very Special Tomato Sauce in your meatloaf, you’ll never use ketchup again. The key to fooling your friends and family is creating light and fluffy mashed potatoes. Remember to wash, peel, and wash again before you begin to cook your russet potatoes. With a little food coloring and a piping bag, you'll have everyone thinking its buttercream!

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Melissa Vitelli
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. 

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Melissa Vitelli
Classic Red 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.

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Melissa Vitelli
Jar Lunch- 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. Zucchini ribbons are a great pasta substitute. Don't have a spiralizer? A vegetable peeler is your DIY alternative. Just create long strips by cutting the zucchini lengthwise and running the blade from top to bottom. Paired with an apple and some trail mix for extra protein, this lunch will be the talk of the office.  

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Melissa Vitelli
Shepherd's Pie

Shepherd’s Pie is one of our all-time favorite comfort foods. To liven up this traditional recipe, we skip the tomato paste and add our Classic Vodka Tomato Sauce. With just the right amount of cream and vodka, our sauce adds a full-bodied flavor that will make your filling seem like it has been simmering for hours. Serve with a side of crusty bread, a green salad, and of course, a nice stout! 

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Melissa Vitelli
Cheese on Toast

Who says you can’t have hors d’oeuvres ready in under 15 minutes? Jar Goods' Cheese on Toast is one of the many ways you can sample all of our sauces, Classic Red, Classic Spicy, and Classic Vodka, in one recipe. Feeling fancy, but not looking to break your budget?  Many cheese shops, including the cheese counter at Whole Foods, offer an assortment of cheese odds and ends at a discounted price. Perfect for a wine and cheese night, or a quick appetizer before dinner, Jar Goods’ Cheese on Toast will become a staple of your happy hour at home. 

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Melissa Vitelli
Classic Spicy Poached Fish

We're sure you can picture this: it's 6 pm on the longest day ever and you still have things to check off your list, including dinner. In this Jar Goods' take on Marcella Hazan's famous "Fish In Crazy Water," you'll only need to shop for 4 ingredients!  Start to finish, this recipe takes only about 20 minutes and all the magic happens in one skillet! We realize that poached fish may not strike you as all that earth-shattering but trust us - our Classic Spicy lends such savory, intense flavor and whatever mild white fish you use will just soak it up. Our favorite way to serve this dish is in pieces over slices of fresh baguette, but try it over wild rice or wheat berries, or simply serve as a soup! Be sure to source from your finest fish market and leave the skin on!

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Melissa Vitelli
Grilled Pizza

It’s summer!  Time to get outside and light the grill! And time to relax a bit - we admit it: we buy our dough.  Whole Foods has fantastic options: Original, Multigrain, and Whole Wheat.

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John Vitelli