May 4, 2014

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Tuttorosso Family Cooking - Goulash #Recipe

Tuttorosso Tomatoes (including brand new no salt crushed), as the 85-year-old tomato brand is hosting a Facebook promotion asking home cooks to post about their inspiration in cooking. Who inspired you? Part of the promotion is also educating home cooks on tomatoes (when to used crushed, diced, whole, puree, plum, sauce, etc.). For example, Crushed tomatoes make a great base for pasta sauce, while paste can be used to thicken recipes).

To celebrate its heritage dating back to 1929, people are being encouraged to post their cooking inspiration stories on Tuttorosso’s Facebook page — — until May 7.

Each entrant will receive a Meal-occasion themed digital recipe flip-book with a $1.00/4 coupon, recipes, and cooking tips.

Steps are are
1.) Like the Tuttorosso’s Facebook page
2.) Post who has been an inspiration in your family cooking tradition and how would you celebrate in their honor. The winner will receive a $250 prize pack that includes a serving plate, sauce ladle, pasta pot set and heirloom wooden spoon, plus $300 to a dinner celebration of the winner’s choosing.

I recently was sent some Tuttorosso canned tomatoes to try out and use in a recipe! So of course I had to try them out in goulash! Goulash is one of those wonderful comfort meals that the entire family loves! You can add as much spices as you want or keep it simple!

  • 1 lb ground beef cooked
  • 1 large can of Tuttorosso Tomato Puree
  • 1 large can of Tuttorosso Diced Tomatoes
  • 1 1/2 tsp minced garlic
  • 1/2 tsp salt 
  • 1/4 tsp black pepper 
  • 2 cups medium shells cooked and drained
I throw all the above in a one pot and let it cook.  Even my pickiest eater loves goulash!  

Tuttorosso is owned by Red Gold, a fourth generation family of tomato experts with a family tradition of “producing the freshest, best tasting, tomato products in the world!”  Tuttorosso, meaning “all red”, is a word that many Italians learn to spell early.  Using a brand of tomato products other than Tuttorosso for their special Italian family recipes, slow-simmered sauces and gravies would be unthinkable!  Tuttorosso tomato products have been a primary staple in the pantries of discerning cooks since 1929, when the first cans of Tuttorosso were produced from lush tomato fields, like those in the old country.

So add some Tuttorosso to your pantry and get cooking!

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