Recently I had the opportunity to review Victoria Fine Foods, a high-end pasta sauce. With a simple and short list of quality ingredients and a slow kettle-cooking process, Victoria Fine Foods aims to provide an authentic sauce that’s convenient and ready-to-eat.
I was sent samples of three of the varieties from the “Premium” product ine, which are the tomato-based sauces: Marinara, Roasted Garlic, and Fradiavolo. You’ll notice that the ingredient list is right there on the front of the label – no additives or preservatives here.
Of course, the best way to test out a sauce was to try it in a pasta! I made up a batch of turkey meatballs and tossed them in the Fradiavolo sauce, along with some chopped mushrooms and diced tomatoes.
The sauce was hearty and rich, and just a bit spicy (I was expecting a bit more heat since fra diavolo sauces tend to be pretty spicy). S and I both really enjoyed it and are looking forward to trying the original Marinara and the Roasted Garlic versions. (Actually, I dipped a spoon in both of them just for a taste, and I really loved the Roasted Garlic flavor. As for the Marinara, I think it’d be perfect for homemade pizza or a dip for appetizers!)
Based and manufactured in Brooklyn, New York, Victoria Fine Foods sauces are now available in California. To celebrate the product launch, I am hosting a giveaway for vouchers so that you can try the pasta sauces for free! To enter the giveaway, use the PromoSimple box below. To learn more about Victoria Fine Foods, check out their website here. You can also enter their promotional #Pastarazzi Photo Contest! …