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Gluten-Free for Dinner - Spicy Gluten-Free Pasta Sauce - Costantino's Kitchen [My Review]

I am such a huge fan of pasta dinners and couldn't wait to take the opportunity to try a brand new sauce for spaghetti night! Are you looking to try a new pasta sauce? Well if you are, I found one you should really take a look at, it was so delicious.

I had the chance to try out pasta made by Costantino's Kitchen. Their history begins in Italy with the matriarch of their family Angie Mariani Costantino who taught her grandson how to make these delicious sauces. Great care is taken when making these tasty sauces and I am so happy to hear about their Italian roots! Read more about their company history here.

I had the chance to try out their Arizona Arrabbiata. I'm a huge fan of this sauce and I had it for my weekly spaghetti night - just take a look at that tasty dish -

pasta sauce


I love the ingredients list as well. Check out it out -

Ingredients: San Marzano Style Tomatoes
(vine-ripened plum tomatoes, tomato juice,
fresh basil, salt, naturally derived citric acid),
Tomato Puree (vine-ripened tomatoes, salt,
naturally derived citric acid), Fresh Onions,
JalapeƱo Peppers, Italian Extra Virgin Olive
Oil, Fresh Carrots, Fresh Garlic, Lemon Juice,
Red Wine Vinegar, Spices, Mediterranean
Sea Salt, Crushed Red Pepper, Black Pepper

(Ingredients list obtained from http://www.costantinoskitchen.com/images/NVAA.pdf)

Although there was a spiciness to the Arizona Arrabbiata it also had a mild sweet tinge to it and it was so dark rich red! I LOVED IT and I plan on purchasing more. I love that it was thick and rich sauce. I really don't like when I recognize pasta sauce as watery, I'm not a fan of watery pasta sauce. I added a little bit of meat into the sauce just for some flavor too and used gluten-free noodles. So good! (Purchase now)

Pricing, I don't think it's too bad. It's $24.99 for a 3-pack. It's maybe a bit more expensive than what I would usually spend but not by much and let me tell you it's absolutely worth it. Hopefully you can find this amazing sauce in stores though. Visit this link to find out where you can buy a jar. One huge plus is that shipping is free, so if you can't find it in stores, definitely purchase some pasta sauce with Costantino's Kitchen.

Purchase your pasta sauce by following this link. Also stay up to date with their happenings, by following them on Twitter and liking them on Facebook.

I received the above items in exchange for my honest review. 

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  1. Costantino's Kitchen seems like a wonderful brand to try. I have not heard of it before this but I do enjoy trying out new sauces.
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