Tomatoes may not strike you as the most versatile ingredient in your pantry, but they are indeed one flexible fruit that can fit into an array of dishes.
Take sundried tomatoes for example: These Vantia Italian Sundried Tomatoes offer a wonderfully intense flavor that adds an extra boost of flavor to your meal. Add these Italian grown tomatoes to an omelette for breakfast, toss them in a salad for lunch, or even make a red pesto with them for a pasta dinner. The possibilities are truly endless with these sundired tomatoes in your kitchen.
In addition to sundried tomatoes, Italian canned tomatoes can also be a handy ingredient to keep stocked in your home. While canned tomatoes can often get a bad reputation, Italian canned tomatoes are bursting with flavor and can be used in wide range of different dishes — but perhaps one of the most popular uses is an authentic Italian tomato sauce.
For an unbeatable Italian tomato sauce, try these Italian Whole Peeled Plum Tomatoes by Marinella. Imported from Italy, these whole plum tomatoes make an excellent base for a pasta sauce that is fit for pile of fresh cooked pasta or even spread over pizza dough. If you would rather have some canned tomatoes with an herbal flavor, go for Divella Peeled Italian Tomatoes with Basil. With fresh basil added into the mix, Italian these canned tomatoes have a touch of sweetness that is ever-so-tasty. Whichever you choose, simply cook them down with an touch of salt and pepper, and you are well on your way to a fresh tomato sauce.
You can also used Italian canned tomatoes as a flavorful foundation for soups, casseroles, and stews. For example, these Italian Cherry Tomatoes with Basil by Marinella will certainly add both a richness and sweetness to nearly any meal. Italian cherry tomatoes might be little in size but they pack some major flavor.
In fact, all Italian tomatoes are flavor bombs just waiting to go off. Whether it is Italian stewed tomatoes, diced tomatoes, or whole peeled, you are in for a flavorful surprise.