Taste test: Spiral’s sugo

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Spiral Foods has an exciting range of Mediterranean inspired sugos. They come in three flavours: Basil and garlic, Primavera Sugo and Arrabbiata Sugo.

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We tried the sugo successfully tossed through pasta, and added to a lamb casserole and also in a chicken caccitatore. You could also use the sugo instead of tin of tomatoes in a recipe.

The best thing about these sugos are that they are certified gluten-free and sugar free. What I really like about these products is there’s only natural real ingredients listed on the bottle, and there are no strange unpronounceable nasties.

All three sugos are a delicious combination of flavours and would be a handy addition to your kitchen.

Available from the Spiral Foods website.

Thank you Spiral Foods for allowing me to trial these products. 

Taste test: Very Chocolate gelato by Sugo Mi Gelateria

Very Chocolate gelato

I had to try Very chocolate gelato from Sugo Mi Gelateria after I found out that it won 5 out of 6 of the major prizes in the 2013 Royal QLD Food & Wine Show.

The gelato was soft and smooth, with a rich but not overpowering chocolaty taste. Served with a waffle cone and you have all you need for a great gelato. Go across the road to the park and eat away to your hearts content.

Highly recommended.

Sugo Mi
3/190 Oxford St,
Bulimba, Brisbane

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