Gro­cery Grab

Turn to store-bought pasta sauces when you need to whip up some­thing quick and hearty for your fam­ily. All you’ll need to do is boil some noodles.

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Bot­tled pasta sauces

[1] PESTO PLAN Can pesto sauce get any tastier? Yes it can! This ver­sion has salty tinapa bits in the mix. This sauce is so good, you’ll want to mix it with pasta noodles, smear it on a toasted baguette, or even eat it straight out of the bot­tle! Merry Cooks fiery tinapa pesto, P182, The Land­mark Su­per­mar­ket [2] ROOM FOR ‘SHROOMS Noth­ing beats a sauce that’s been sim­mer­ing for hours to ex­tract all the good­ness from its in­gre­di­ents. You’ll get noth­ing less from this sauce—it’s packed with green pep­pers and mush­rooms. Del Monte green pep­per and mush­room pasta sauce, P92.50, SM Su­per­mar­ket

[3] BA­SIC BOT­TLE Here’s a ver­sa­tile Ital­ian-style tomato sauce that you can tweak to your lik­ing. Add some steamed seafood for an easy mari­nara sauce or some crum­bled long­gan­isa for a Filipino vari­a­tion. Sa­clà Italia Napo­le­tana pasta sauce, P289, Mar­ket­place by Rus­tan’s [4] HOMESTYLE GOOD­NESS One spoon­ful of this sauce will trans­port you straight to an Ital­ian home where the aroma from a big pot of slow-cook­ing Bolog­nese fills the air. Sprin­kle with Parme­san and you’re good to go. De­limondo Bolog­nese pasta sauce, P147, The Land­mark Su­per­mar­ket

[5] CHEESY DOES IT Mak­ing mac ‘n’ cheese doesn’t get any eas­ier: Boil some mac­a­roni noodles, toss them with this dou­ble ched­dar cheese sauce, and you’re done! To make it ex­tra spe­cial, add some chopped ba­con and sautéed spinach to the mix. Ragú dou­ble ched­dar sauce, P164.50, SM Su­per­mar­ket [6] LO­CAL LOVIN’ No Pi­noy fam­ily gath­er­ing is com­plete without Filipino-style spaghetti! Grab this can, toss it with some spaghetti noodles cooked al dente, and spend the rest of your time en­joy­ing the fes­tiv­i­ties. Ar­gentina spaghetti meat sauce, P37, The Land­mark Su­per­mar­ket

[7] PER­FECT PAIR Basil, ba­con, and pep­pers all go well with toma­toes, but noth­ing is as com­fort­ing as a sauce that blends sweet Ital­ian toma­toes and cheese. It’s a com­bi­na­tion that’s hard to beat! Con­tad­ina for­mag­gio pasta sauce, P127.50, Mar­ket­place by Rus­tan’s

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