The Power of the Pantry

How our Editors Keep Well-Stocked!


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Here at #TeamFeedfeed we’ve been lucky enough to work with Muir Glen Organic Tomatoes for several years.  Over that time we’ve gotten to know each and everyone of their products and have all developed a few favorite ways to use them!  Muir Glen Organic Tomatoes are a staple in the Test Kitchen, but also in our pantries at home, too!  While we all spend a little more time at home we wanted to give you recipe ideas for ways in which you can use up all of those Muir Glen Organic products.  Since they go from field to can within 8 hours, you know they will add that something special to your next pantry meal masterpiece! Plus, Muir Glen tomatoes are always non-gmo and packed in BPA-free liners so you are getting nothing but the good stuff when you grab a can from the pantry! Check out some of the ways our Editorial team is enjoying their Muir Glen Organic tomatoes below.
Muir Glen Fire Roasted Diced Tomatoes
Everyone knows roasting tomatoes concentrates the flavor and brings out the sweetness, but the best part about the canned Fire Roasted Diced Tomatoes is Muir Glen does all the work for you!  Freshly picked tomatoes are slow roasted over an open flame to accentuate their sweet flavor, diced, then seasoned lightly with a dash of sea salt.
Sunday Chili by @thefeedfeed

Fire roasted is already packed with so much flavor, that’s why chili is the best course of action for me. That way I get to eat one of my favorite meals AND have an excuse to make cornbread.
-Sahara Bohoskey, Community Editor

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Huevos Rancheros by @eatthelove

I love the flavor of charred tomatoes and love that Muir Glen saves me a step with these Fire Roasted Diced Tomatoes. I use them directly from the can which makes life so much easier in the kitchen! I put them is salsa to tacos, burritos and top my breakfast eggs all week long.
-Rachel Gurjar, Food Editor and Test Kitchen Manager

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Instant Pot Chana Masala by @thefeedfeed

I love having these super flavorful Fire Roasted Diced Tomatoes in my pantry.  They add that hint of smokiness most dishes benefit from, but my favorite way to use them is in Rachel Gurjar’s Chana Masala!
-Molly Adams, Senior Food Editor

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Spicy Chickpea Shakshuka by @jakecohen

You really can’t make shakshuka without Fire Roasted Diced Tomatoes. The hint of char and smoke are what take a spicy tomato sauce to the next level when cracking in eggs for a stellar breakfast… or lunch… or dinner!
-Jake Cohen, Editorial Director

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Muir Glen Petite Diced Tomatoes
Cutting down on prep work is important for easy weeknight meals, now so more than ever when everyone needs a little break after a long day at the home office! These tomatoes come in the perfect petite dice making them ideal for salsa, bruschettas and more!
Spicy Sausage Pasta In Red Sauce by @daenskitchen

Petite Diced is my go to can of tomato when making pasta. It’s saucy and has great texture. My idea of an easy weeknight dinner is Spaghetti Arrabiata like this one.
-Sahara Bohoskey, Community Editor

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Creamy Tomato White Wine Salmon by @thefeedfeed

The petite diced tomatoes lend the perfect balance of texture and sauciness to a variety of one pot dinners, including this super easy salmon! 
-Molly Adams, Senior Food Editor

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Muir Glen Whole Peeled Tomatoes
Low and slow wins the race! These tomatoes are best in stews and braises. These juicy whole tomatoes are harvested at peak flavor, peeled and seasoned lightly with a dash of sea salt.
Harissa Tomato Soup by @healthy_belly

A creamy tomato soup with grilled cheese is one of my favorites!! I love cooking whole peeled tomatoes with onions, garlic, pepper and touch of cream, then blending them together to make the most delicious tomato soup. Served with crusty bread or grilled cheese is what I love cozying up to in the evenings.
-Rachel Gurjar, Food Editor and Test Kitchen Manager

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Ultimate Sunday Gravy by @thefeedfeed

 It doesn’t get much better than a pot of Sunday Gravy that has simmered all day. We make a big batch of this gravy at least once a month and freeze half to enjoy on a rainy day.
-Molly Adams, Senior Food Editor

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Braised Brisket With Mushrooms by @jakecohen

Braised brisket is my favorite form of meal prep so I always have a ton of whole peeled tomatoes in my pantry, ready to be crushed by hand and used to add the perfect acidity and sweetness to my braise.
-Jake Cohen, Editorial Director

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Eggplant Parmesan by @saratane

 These are my go-to for an easy tomato sauce! Simmer the tomatoes with 1 onion, cut in half and add a few tablespoons of butter. Once the flavors have married, blitz it in a blender or with an immersion stick. Use it for eggplant parm or whatever you fancy.
-Rachel Dolfi, Assistant Food Editor

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Muir Glen Tomato Sauce
In a pinch? Use this as a sauce for pasta, pizza & more! To make this delicious and versatile sauce, juicy tomatoes harvested at peak flavor, cooked into sauce with sea salt, onion and garlic.
Classic Spaghetti and Meatballs by @jakecohen

When it comes to classic comfort food, I don’t veer far away from a big pot of Spaghetti and Meatballs. I love fortifying canned tomato sauce with more aromatics like onions, herbs, and a Parm rind, for packing in the most flavor and providing the best body to coat meatballs and al dente pasta.
-Jake Cohen, Editorial Director

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Lentil Tomato Curry by @cookingforpeanuts

Tomato sauce has that perfect velvety texture, that’s why I like to make lasagna, curries and stews.This lentil curry is my top meal for a flavorful easy dinner.
-Sahara Bohoskey, Community Editor

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