Italian Tomato Sauce with Brown Rice Pasta
There is nothing more comforting than a steaming bowl of slow simmered marinara sauce over pasta. Our classic Italian tomato sauce is served with the best brown rice pasta we could find.
- Brown rice pasta that even wheat pasta enthusiasts love
- Classic Italian herbs like basil, oregano and thyme flavor the traditional sauce
- 5-year shelf life
- Nutritional Info
What can I say, it's pretty delicious and filling. My only complaint is they don't offer a meat sauce version. I've cubed up a slice of spam to get around this, but it's great without as well.
Will be our hiking staple! We all love it!
Love GoodTo-Go! Never disappointed. Your Vegan and Gluten Free meals are amazing, please make more!
Not only is this meal dairy-free, but it is also gluten-free! The serving size is generous and the meal is super yummy!
The Classic Marinara with Penne was so much better than I expected it to be. It actually tasted like something made from scratch at home. Excellent sauce and the noodles were just right after a 20 minute bath in hot water. I recently had my first experience with Good To-Go and I don't think I can ever go back to the old standard freeze dried products that I have been using for years.
Classic Marinara with Penne
INGREDIENTS: (notice how many you can pronounce!)
Canned Tomatoes (Peeled Tomatoes, Tomato Puree, Salt, Citric Acid, Basil Leaf), Brown Rice Pasta (Brown Rice, Rice Bran, Water), Onion, Tomato Paste (Vine Ripened Tomatoes), Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Agave Nectar, Garlic, Nutritional Yeast, Kosher Salt, Dried Basil, Dried Oregano, Dried Thyme, Black Pepper, Red Pepper Flakes
Classic Marinara with Pasta DirectionsX Tear pouch open and REMOVE oxygen absorber.
X SINGLE SERVING Add a little less than one cup (225ML) of BOILING (yes, boiling) water to bag.
X DOUBLE SERVING Add a little less than two cups (450ML) of BOILING (yes, boiling) water to bag.
X STIR and reseal. HANG OUT for 20 minutes. Think about how big the universe is.
X OPEN. STIR AGAIN. EAT. SMILE.
X Rehydration will take LONGER at higher altitudes.