People typically use salsa for dipping chips, etc (I totally do the same, BTW) but it can be used for so much more too. Like chicken, tacos or even arepas!
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The fresh corn adds a great sweetness to the salsa and this quick roasting method is so easy and quick
a delicious blend of fresh fennel and spicy tomato ‘nduja make the perfect summer salad
a colorful and spicy side dish of carrots using our spicy vegan Tomato ‘Nduja
Adding the tomato ‘nduja to the crumb topping creates a very unique and spicy flavor to every bite.
The Tomato ‘Nduja does a lot of the heavy lifting in this dish, adding spice and depth to linguine and clams. Fresh parsley is the classic accent, make sure you add some.
Spaghetti Carbonara is a traditional pasta dish loved by many worldwide that contains eggs, grated cheese, and some cured pork product such as pancetta, guanciale, or even bacon.
Chickpeas are about as old as time in most Mediterranean cultures. Older than tomatoes in fact (in the Mediterranean world that is). So naturally, the combination of hummus and our spicy Tomato 'Nduja just made complete and total sense
It’s not the Queen we’re talking about here. It’s a double ‘g’ and ‘reggina’ actually refers to Reggio Calabria, that section of the Calabrian peninsula that looks straight across the narrow strip of sea known as the Strait of Messina to Sicily.
Delicious cannellini beans are cooked in our spicy Ugly Tomato sauce with fresh sage and garlic and are fantastic as a side with steak or chicken.
We put a fiery twist on a traditional Chicken Parm with our Spicy Ugly Sauce and Tomato ‘Nduja.
These North African meatballs are a lamb meatball made with spices commonly used in both Tunisia and Morocco. They’re easy enough to make for a tasty weeknight meal.
soppressata, ricotta and tomato ‘nduja make a delicious bruschetta
If you’re a fan of 'nduja (the spreadable, spicy Calabrian take on salumi) but don’t want the meat, we’ve found your match: A vegan tomato-based 'nduja with all of that bracing spice along with fruity, sweet tomatoes.
Add 4 tablespoons to this cavatelli pasta
Salted cod, or baccala, is a traditional Italian ingredient. Sauté your salted fish with tomatoes, capers, olives, and lemon juice before roasting it in the oven until the tomatoes start to burst.
Dried and salted fish doesn’t sound like something to get too excited about. But if you ask an Italian about baccalà, or salted cod, you’ll see their eyes light up.
Think of this dish as something between a stew and a pasta sauce. It’s every bit as good as-is—with crusty bread, of course—as it is accompanying pasta (go with a short pasta
This Pasta e Fagioli recipe is comfort food at its finest, and truly my family’s favorite meal growing up.
A Super Healthy Vegetarian Quinoa Chili loaded with three different types of beans and quinoa. Hearty, thick, filling and full of flavor!