Zucchini Chips

For the perfect happy hour at home, set a bowl of these zucchini chips aside and crack open a jar of Classic Red. Hors d’oeuvres have never been this easy.

Indian Curry Tomato Soup

The most satiating thing on a cold spring night is a warm bowl of tomato soup. Mixed with Indian spices, seeds, fresh herbs, and a few tablespoons of apple cider vinegar, this recipe will be the perfect spring cleansing for your mind and body.

Turkey Meatballs

Here at Jar Goods, we believe that less is more. By pairing down the portion size of this Italian favorite into tapas, this recipe allows you to have your meatballs and eat them too. Perfect with salads and steamed vegetables as sides, this meal will fill you up without slowing you down. 

Sautéed Vegetables over Zucchini Ribbons

Ever wonder what to do with the sauce at the bottom of the jar? We took this question to our test kitchen and came up with a great solution– make a guilt-free lunch for the next day.

Cheese on Toast

Who says you can’t have hors d’oeuvres ready in under 15 minutes? Jar Goods' Cheese on Toast is one of the many ways you can sample all of our sauces, Classic Red, Classic Spicy, and Classic Vodka, in one recipe.

Spicy Sun Dried Tomato Pasta Bake

Nothing tastes better than home. Jar Goods’ Spicy Sun-dried Tomato Pasta Bake is a sophisticated spin on a childhood favorite. Perfect for a weeknight meal, this recipe will have dinner on the table in 40 minutes or less.

    Classic Spicy Poached Fish

    We're sure you can picture this: it's 6 pm on the longest day ever and you still have things to check off your list, including dinner. In this Jar Goods' take on Marcella Hazan's famous "Fish In Crazy Water," you'll only need to shop for 4 ingredients!

    Baked Rigatoni with Roasted Peppers & Olives

    Whether you choose Classic Red or Classic Spicy, this simple and hardy dish is perfect for a cold winter night. I like to roast my own peppers and use mezze rigatoni, they really hold the sauce well.

    Classic Spicy Sausage & Peppers

    Whether you choose traditional pork sausages or “spice” it up a bit with chicken or even seafood sausage this recipe is so simple and a sure crowd plea