All the products we make at Anna Maria’s Foods are designed to make cooking more enjoyable for you and your family. That means making simple recipes that take less time and effort to make, are more nutritious, and of course delicious. These fast, simple recipes will please the most discerning palate
Here, we’ll share our top three products that everyone should have in their pantry for healthy, easy elevated meals any day of the week. Then, we’ll share one of our favorite simple recipes – Piemontese Rice Salad – that makes humble pantry staples seem like fancy foodie fare!
Nothing beats a bowl of pasta topped with a hearty spoonful of tomato sauce that has been bubbling on the stove for hours. But these days, who has the time? Thankfully, you don’t have to forgo authenticity and flavor just because you live a busy life.
Anna Maria’s Traditional Italian Pasta Sauces are made the traditional way – with love, time, and a focus on simple, quality ingredients. Keep a few jars in your cupboards for those rushed weeknights or lazy weekends. Plus, our pasta sauces can be used in countless ways for easy cooking and entertaining.
Bagnas are like recipe time machines – they give you back hours of prep and make eating healthy quick and easy.
Each bagna is packed with chunky veggies like tomatoes, onions, peppers, and carrots to help you boost your daily intake of healthy vitamins and minerals. Special ingredients like olives, capers, orange zest, or porcini mushrooms show up in different varieties of our Bagna Rossa to give the classic chunky dip a regional flair.
Enjoying bagnas is as easy as 1-2-3. Just open the jar, pour into a bowl, and dip with your favorite chips or pita breads. Here are a few other easy ways to use bagna for a rustic touch that packs a nutritional punch:
For most people, jam is just a pantry staple that’s pulled out for toast or Sunday morning biscuits. But in our house, we use jam to elevate all kinds of .
The beauty of using jam with these simple and tasty recipes is that it adds a whole flavor profile to a dish, not just sweetness. Swap sugar in cooking recipes with jam for next level goodness.