Six Quick And Easy Dinner Ideas For Tomato Sauce

Tomato season leaves far too early, but that doesn't mean that fresh tomato flavor has to end as well. 

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Many people live for tomato season because there is nothing quite like a vine-ripened tomato. Taste a tomato from the grocery store, and it might turn you off from tomatoes forever. If you shop one from a farmers market, it's a different story. You can eat them like apples, right off the vine.

One tomato sauce brand keeps that fresh taste of tomato season going long after it's gone. For families everywhere this is something to celebrate.

Nothing is better than an all natural tomato sauce that tastes like the best tomatoes. Jar Goods knows this and their recipe captures the freshness of tomatoes in three styles: classic, spicy and vodka sauce.

When you've got a great jar of tomato sauce, you want to eat it with everything. Here are five dinner ideas to cook up with Jar Goods tomato sauce.

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1) Loaded Bruschetta 

Blend fresh ricotta with Jar Goods and spread this on thick slices of bread. Top with tomatoes or fresh vegetables. Pop in the oven at 400 F for 15 minutes. Garnish with parsley.

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2) Lasagna

Layer lasagna noodles, spinach, fresh ricotta, thin slices of eggplant and tomato sauce, and repeat until you've filled a casserole dish. Top with mozzarella and bake for 20 minutes at 375 F. 

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3) Roasted Corn Salad

Fresh or frozen, par boil your corn (remove from the cob after it's had a chance to cook--until tender). Then, mix it with tomato sauce and queso and roast it for 10-15 minutes at 400F. Toss into a salad or taco, or burrito. Beautiful!

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4) Pizza

Have it every night if you want. Making pizza at home is easier than ever with all of the great food makers out there putting the crust in your hands. Make it from scratch in less than 10 minutes with Whole Note gluten free pizza crust or Blends by Orly -- both on Treatmo. Spread on that tomato sauce from Jar Goods and whatever else you're hungry for--it's easy!

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5) Roasted Cauliflower

Chop half a cauliflower into florets. Mix with tomato sauce and a favorite spice or hot sauce and bake in the oven at 400 F for 15 - 20 minutes. A super healthy dish and super low maintenance one to try. 

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6) Meatballs

If you're looking for that comfort dish, there's the old time favorite, spaghetti and meatballs. Blend fresh local beef and pork together with an egg, some flour and spices. Round your meatballs with your hands and cook in a pan on the stove or bake in the oven. Top with Jar Goods Tomato sauce. 

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