It’s summer weather and that means tomato soups should be enjoyed chilled! Our Crushed Ugly Tomatoes are perfect for making gazpacho.
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A classic Spanish bar snack, patatas bravas are fried twice: The first fry is meant to rid the potatoes of most of their moisture so they'll form a crisp crust when fried the second time.
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.
We put a fiery twist on a traditional Chicken Parm with our Spicy Ugly Sauce and Tomato ‘Nduja.
Tomato 'Nduja is a spicy and spreadable meatless salami inspired by the traditional fiery pork spread from Calabria, Italy. You can find it at NYC Whole Foods. citysaucery.com sells it, as does Union Square Greenmarket.
sartù is not an everyday dish—it involves several steps and take some considerable time and effort. Best to plan ahead.
This rice is incredibly easy to make and is ready to go in less than 30 minutes. All you need is a few simple ingredients and a large skillet to make this bold & flavorful side dish.
These days breakfast sandwiches are works of art. This one, with a smear of Tomato ‘Nduja, packs serious flavor and takes 10 minutes to make, start to finish.
Five delicious & spicy recipes featuring meatball sliders to juicy veggie subs that'll make everyone happy come game time.
This dish only takes 20 minutes to make because of the sauces that have already been handcrafted to perfection by us. Shell pasta is ideal because it naturally grabs nice hunky chunks of our thick spicy Tomato 'Nduja.
Everyone loves the combo of grilled cheese sandwiches and tomato soup—so why not combine the two in each ooey-gooey bite? The original recipe from Cooking Light calls for fresh basil, garlic and roasted tomatoes.