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Has anyone used Cento's Passata in the 24 oz jars?
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Posted to Thread #29544 at 10:38 am on Apr 9, 2017
I used it yesterday in making stuffed cabbage rolls. It has a silky smoothness that is very noticeable. Very nice. I happened to see it on Amazon one day, and since I had never even heard of it, I had to try some. I got a pack of six jars. I layered passata and Clausen's sauerkraut on the rolls, and topped off with more sauerkraut on top. Excellent dish. I used a bit of sauerkraut juice in the meat and rice mixture too.
Clausen's is a jarred and refrigerated product which we like very much for this dish and with pork chops
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Other messages in this thread:
- 29544. Has anyone used Cento's Passata in the 24 oz jars? - KarenNoCA - 10:38am on 04/09/17 (4)
- I recently bought a jar, but different brand. The only ingredient is tomatoes. A little research - Curious1 - 2:20pm on 04/09/17
- Passata is made from Italian tomatoes which have been sieved to remove seeds and skins, leaving [LINK] - KarenNoCA - 7:29pm on 04/09/17
- There's an additional quality to passata--it is uncooked. - Charley - 7:27am on 04/10/17
- I like the silkiness of it. [NT] - KarenNoCA - 9:29am on 04/10/17