Gluten Free Jess was kind enough to post another recipe using Uncle Steve’s Marinara sauce. This time, she’s created a delicious, gluten free recipe for spicy meatball quesadillas.
“If you are the kind of person who likes to have something to dip your quesadillas in, use some of Uncle Steves’ Marinara Sauce!”
Check out the wonderful review and mouthwatering recipe Gluten Free Jess created using Uncle Steve’s arrabiata sauce and cheesy turkey meatballs.
“I have to admit, I was slightly skeptical of whether or not this sauce would be better than others I have tried. There is such a huge selection of pasta sauces in the grocery store these days. However, I was so impressed! The arrabiata had a kick from the red pepper flakes that are added to it. The sauce had no acidic taste like so many do. The tomatoes that they use are naturally sweet. I can’t wait to try the other varieties.”
DealsAmongUs.com gave us a great review!
“The first sauce we tried was the Tomato Basil Sauce. We decided to cook up some sausage and spaghetti to mix with the sauce. After I made the sausage I poured the sauce in the pan to heat it up. As I was moving the sauce onto the noodles I noticed that it was not watery and had actual chunks of tomatoes. The flavor on this sauce met with Jason’s approval – a win!”
Diana from SoulfulNecessities.com recently blogged about Uncle Steve’s sauce and created an amazing recipe for pasta with buffalo meat sauce.
“It’s suited for those who are vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free and paleo. Winner in my books! There are three different sauces, marinara, tomato-basil and arrabiata. I am not Italian but I have had my fair share of sauces here in the states and in Italy and I can vouch that this is some seriously good stuff,” writes Diana.’
A Pug In The Kitchen Interviews Steve
Suzanne from the popular cooking blog A Pug in the Kitchen, recently interviewed Steve and posted an incredible recipe for Rigatoni With Eggplant And Uncle Steve’s Arrabiata Sauce. Besides being a big Steve fan, Suzanne’s also one heck of a cook.
Check out her interview with Steve and her delicious recipe here.