Sunday Sauce with Tuttorosso Tomatoes #CelebrateTheSauce

Disclaimer: I received samples to facilitate my review. All opinions are my own.

One of the brands that I have come to love over the past year is Tuttorosso Tomatoes. I love knowing what I am feeding my family and giving them quality and great tasting tomatoes, without the hassle of cooking them from scratch. Being a family owned business adds to their appeal.

Their tomatoes are grown by Red Gold, third generation family owned and family grown. They are grown in Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio, where the climate and soil are perfect for tomatoes.

Tuttorosso Tomatoes has launched a new website with a lot of resources just for you! This new website ( has recipes, an inspirational idea blog, and stories from home cooks. They have even introduces a lineup of Sunday Sauce recipes to inspire home cooks every where. This special campaign is "Celebrating the Sauce."

Tuttorosso is hosting a special competition on Facebook leading up to Christmas. The campaign will end December 23. You will have the chance to win some awesome prizes. These prizes include 1000 Tuttorosso aprons, a daily drawing of an heirloom wooden spoon, and even a grand prize of a Martha Stewart Cookware Set. Visit their Facebook page for details and to enter (

They sent me this awesome pack and I'm telling you guys- you need to get in on these giveaways.

Even better than that prize pack? I get to share one of their amazing recipes with you guys. Oh, and it is so yummy! There aren't many things in the world better than a good marinara sauce.

Perfect Marinara Sauce

  • Heat oil in skillet. Add garlic and cook over medium heat until golden brown, about 5 minutes. Add the tomato paste and cook, stirring for 1 minute.
  • Add the peeled plum tomatoes with natural basil flavor, sugar and basil. Stir to combine and then add salt and black pepper and bring to a boil.
  • Simmer sauce over low heat, stirring occasionally until thickened and reduced, about 30 minutes. Taste and season again with salt and black pepper if needed. Discard basil and garlic cloves.
  • Serve over your favorite pasta. Top with fresh torn basil leaves and grated fresh Parmesan cheese
Try this amazing marinara sauce and start your own Sunday Sauce tradition. Don't forget to #CelebrateTheSauce 

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