Stromboli Pasta Sauce is proudly made from fresh Australian tomatoes, picked daily from the farm in Victoria and bottled within 24 hours of harvest.
This product contains natural ingredients with no artificial colours, flavours or thickeners.
Great as a bolognaise sauce, pizza sauce, with stir-fried vegetables or seafood and other pastas.
Whenever you need a great sauce, think Stromboli.
this product is far superior to many pasta sauces in the market today. It has a nice tomato taste enhanced by the spices...the flavours each subtle come together in a pasta sauce that is not too heavy to carry the pasta....very authentic and yet so cost friendly
This was on special, bulk-stacked, in a prime grab-zone as I entered the isle. Anyone would think they were trying to ditch stock. Don't know why, because this is one of the better pasta sauces I have tried in quite a while.
I used this when I tried the Sacchetti, and it was very tasty indeed.
Rich in flavour and texture, easy to use, this was indeed a fine product. And with so many uses!
I have also tried this sauce as a pizza base, and in a bolognaise. Both times, very tasty!
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