Fettucine in Marinara Sauce

Fettucine in Marinara Sauce

Prep Time : 5 Minutes
Cooking Time : 5 minutes
Serves : 1
Traditionally enjoyed with a meaty ragu or a creamy alfredo, we quite enjoy our Fettuccine tossed in our tangy-spicy All-Purpose Tomato Sauce. The San Marzano tomatoes used in the sauce lend a rich flavour to this dish oozing with comfort in every bite. You'll love the simplicity of this dish when you're looking to tossa hearty meal in minutes.
5 Minutes
5 minutes


  • 1 portion, Sorrentina’s Fettucine
  • 5ml, Olive Oil
  • 150ml, Sorrentina’s All-Purpose Tomato Sauce 
  • 2spoons, Jardinière (with veggies and brine)
  • 10gms, Kalamata Olives
  • 20gms, Tomatoes, Chopped and Deseeded
  • 5gms, Basil
  • 1cup, Vegetable Stock
  • 10gms, Salt
  • 1gm, Black Pepper


    • Boil a pan of water to blanch Sorrentina’s Fettucine. Season the pot with Salt
    • Heat a pan and add Olive Oil
    • Once the oil is hot, add fresh chopped Tomatoes
    • Once the Tomatoes start to sizzle, add in the Kalamata Olives
    • Once it all starts to sizzle, add in the Jardinière mixture along with the brining liquid
    • Add a cup of Vegetable Stock to the pan
    • Season with Salt, Pepper, and fresh Basil
Note: What you have in the pan is a seasoned stock. Taste to check if it needs more balance or other flavours
  • Add Sorrentina’s All-Purpose Tomato Sauce into the pan
  • Blanch Sorrentina’s Fettucine in boiling water and cook for around 3 minutes
  • Add the pasta to the prepared tomato sauce and let it cook for another minute
  • Once the pasta has absorbed the tomato sauce, take it off the flame and serve it topped with fresh Basil and Olive Oil
Note: Chili can be added at the end, for an element of spice
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