Tired of usual Singaporean cuisine? It’s time to put that tomato sauce bottle at the back of the pantry to good use! These meal ideas demonstrate the versatility—and deliciousness—of organically manufactured tomato sauce.

The tomato sauce can be used in a variety of dishes because it is made with only basic components. Many international cuisines, including Greek, Thai, and, of course, Italian, start with tomato sauce and then add spices to create their own flavor profile.

Quick Dishes to Make with Australian Tomato Sauce

Tomato sauce, like canned tomatoes, is a versatile product that can be used as the foundation for a number of hearty pantry entrees.

Spaghetti with Tomato Sauce: A Classic Pasta Meal

Look for good-quality pasta that has been extruded over bronze, which may seem impressive but isn’t. All excellent producers employ this method to give pasta the rough texture that helps the Australian tomato sauce stick.

Cook the pasta until it is al dente (firm to the bite). Spaghetti al Pomodoro is one of the world’s genuinely wonderful dishes, whether eaten plain or with a dusting of cheese. Of course, when the sauce heats up, you can add a couple of anchovies, a handful of capers, and black olives.

Bring a big pot of water to a rapid boil, mix in the salt, and then add the spaghetti. Warm the sauce in a small skillet with a sprig of basil while the spaghetti cooks, tasting and adding salt as needed.

Drain the pasta and place it in a mixing dish with 34% of the sauce. Toss well. Serve the remaining sauce on top of the pasta in four bowls. If desired, pass a bowl of grated parmesan or pecorino around.

Sliders with Cheesy Meatballs

Without using a slow cooker, these sliders are a creative way to serve meatballs at your party. They have a tinge of sweetness to balance off all the amazing Italian ingredients, and they’re made on little Hawaiian buns.

Stuffed Peppers

Australian tomato sauce is an excellent filling for stuffed peppers (or stuffed squash). To load the peppers with couscous or quinoa, any grain would do — simply combine the cooked grains with the tomato sauce, stuff the peppers, and top with a little cheese to keep them together.

Add cumin, chili powder, and paprika to the pasta sauce to give it a bit more flavor, the stuffing is really up to you. It all depends on the supplies you have on hand. For information visit: Kids Indoor playground Singapore

Alfredo with Spicy Shrimp Fettuccine

This spicy shrimp pasta is something you can prepare frequently. You can make the sauce while the fettuccine is cooking because it’s so quick. You can add red peppers and spinach, but who’s to say you couldn’t add mushrooms or adjust the heat level?

Easy to Make Bolognaise

In a skillet, brown the ground beef. Cook for a few minutes with the chopped onions and celery. Cook for an hour or so over low heat with tomato sauce and a dash of red wine. Serve over spaghetti or as a lasagna foundation.

White Beans in Tomato Sauce, A Quick Stew

A wonderful supper would be on the table faster than you could say “beans on toast” with a couple of ladlefuls of each reheated in a pan while the bread is toasting.

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Warm the beans and sauce in a skillet over medium-low heat. Adjust the salt to taste and season with black pepper. Serve with grilled sausages, couscous, or just a slice of bread.

Lasagna With Ground Beef and Spinach Alfredo Sauce

This dish is incredibly heavy and goes above and beyond the anticipated, with two types of sauces, ground beef, spinach, and three types of cheese.

Make sure to scoop all the way down to the bottom of the slow cooker when serving so that everyone gets a taste of all the delicious layers.

Ways to Use Tomato Sauce for Other Things

  • Make a rich Indian styled curry out of the Australian tomato sauce. Add tomato sauce and half as much coconut milk after sautéing ginger, jalapeno, additional garlic, and curry powder. Season with salt, sugar, and cilantro after simmering until the flavors have melded.
  • Chutney is the second ingredient. Add the tomato sauce after the ginger and lemongrass have been sautéed. Before serving, season with lime and cilantro and serve as a dipping sauce for shrimp.
  • Prepare with eggs. Simmer the eggs in the sauce until they set for a filling and healthy breakfast.
  • Serve with polenta or risotto. In a shallow bowl, ladle the spicy sauce and top with a basic mushroom risotto or polenta.
  • Prepare with fish. Poach white fish, such as cod, in tomato sauce to give it a ton of flavor.
  • Grilled cheese. Before cooking, spread a thin layer of sauce within the sandwich.
  • With beans. For a simple, fulfilling dinner, sauté cooked white beans in the sauce for a few minutes (make sure the beans are thoroughly cooked because tomatoes prevent them from becoming soft).

What’s the difference between ketchup and Australia tomato sauce?

Ketchup appears to be thicker, whilst tomato sauce appears to be thinner. One is an Australian classic, while the other is an American favorite. The ketchup appears to be a little thicker than the sauce.