Pasta Packed With Of Layers Flavor!

This Pasta is a winner as the flavors burst in every delicious bite.

If your like me I get excited when new products hit the shelf at my local grocery store. The more choices I have to elevate my dishes the more creative juices start to flow. With each new product I play around with the better it is for the palate. All new products are not winners, I have bought many duds in my day.

The flavor of San Marzano sings to culinary palates near and far.

The San Marzano tomato originates near Naples, Italy 🇮🇹 in a town that is named San Marzano sul Sarno. This tomato is similar to a roma tomato but the shape is a bit more pointy. The tomato is renowned for being a sweeter meatier tomato. Chefs across the globe swear by this tomato. I decided to make a sauce with this “100% Italian Specialty ” Carmelina ‘e…San Marzano Italian Tomato Puree.

Browned Ground Beef & Italian Sausage. Drain Fat.
Season the meat with oregano, basil, garlic powder, salt, and sugar
Add 2 bottles of tomato puree and 6 oz tomato paste
Stir and simmer for 30 minutes

The characteristics of the perfect tomato sauce is defined by a sauce that is a complex and refined yet uncomplicated by the amount of ingredients put in the pot. The star of the sauce should be the tomato. The ideal sauce should be sweet, and tangy, thick but not the consistency of a heavy paste. A winning pasta sauce should hold on to the pasta and distribute flavors in every bite.

To add more layers to the dish I roasted some vegetables in my Misen pan.

Roasted vegetables and tomatoes sauce go hand in hand and add so much depth to your pasta. The flavor your able to draw out off vegetables through proper roasting will add so much taste to your dish you will be wondering why you ever allowed yourself to settle for less.

Add fresh squeezed lemon juice to complement that desired tangy taste.
Drizzle in some honey and bring it together for flavor perfected.

Lemon and Honey might not be ingredients you add to your regular spaghetti sauce but I think you should add it to your sauce moving forward. After adding the lemon juice and honey continue to simmer the sauce for another 30 minutes to 1 hour.

Finish your pasta with some grated Parmigiano or an Asiago Twill like I did

This pasta dish using the Carmelina ‘e…San Marzano Italian Tomato Puree turned out really delicious and I can confidently recommend this as a product you should add to your shopping list the next time you are planning to make a tomato based sauce.