Pasta recipes with tomato
Tomato, ricotta and guanciale stuffed girella pastaThe main course from the winner of our 2022 Golden Tomato Cook, Kate Phillips. Tomato pasta dough is made with the juice from Mutti Polpa, then stuffed with a ricotta, guanciale and Polpa flavour-bomb of a filling, curled into one long ravioli spiral and served on top of a rich tomato sauce. A scatteringof fresh
Vegan LasagneThis vegan lasagna with a delicious lentil bolognese is made with Mutti passata and tomato puree. Finished with homemade vegan cheese is a sophisticated twist on a classic Italian lasagna. Enjoy this healthy lasagne without regrets, but with an intense taste.
Tuscan pork tenderloin with cherry tomatoesThe sunny flavors of Tuscany are captured in this rustic yet elegant roasted pork recipe. It’s quick enough for a quick weeknight dinner yet elegant enough for dinner guests. Serve with mashed potatoes or over hot cooked pasta.
Penne arrabbiata with peeled tomatoesPenne Arrabbiata gets its heat from red pepper flakes and its fresh depth of flavor from tomatoes preserved fresh off the vine. Now you can enjoy the taste of summer any time of the year. Make the sauce ahead for a super-fast weeknight meal.
Potato gnocchi with spicy tomato sauce*Recipe adapted from “How to Eataly: A Guide to Cooking, Buying, and Eating Italian Food”, by Oscar Farinetti. The delightfully light texture of handmade gnocchi is so far superior to storebought, the extra time and effort is well worth it.
Tagliatelle bolognese made with chopped tomatoesWe will accompany you in the preparation of Bolognese sauce, a classic of the Italian cousin: that could be the perfect pairing for a wide pasta such as tagliatelle or pappardelle, for a luscious experience with the right balance of flavour and texture. By following these steps, you will end up with a delicious tagliatelle
Bolognese sauce with sieved tomatoesThis big batch recipe makes enough to serve a crowd and freezes wonderfully. Freeze half right away and serve the other half for tonight’s dinner. Each half of the recipe easily serves six. Slow simmering is the key to developing the rich luscious flavor in this classic northern Italian ragú. Finely chopped pancetta, carrots, celery