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Dei Fratelli Tomatoes Review

Dei Fratelli TomatoesDei Fratelli Tomatoes Review
Gifted By: Dei Fratelli
Reviewed by Arielle Matlin, Editor,


I am done using canned tomatoes because I have now discovered boxed tomatoes! The line of Truly tomatoes from Dei Fratelli is wonderful for using in all sorts of recipes. The come in three varieties, petite cut, finely chopped, and rustic cut. I loved using all three in my favorite casserole recipes.


I liked the packaging of the Truly line. It is easy to open and there is no risk of cutting yourself on a sharp lid. The boxes are about the size of two regular cans or 1 large can of tomatoes. The packaging even allows for a couple of delicious recipes to be featured.


My favorite of the three varieties was the rustic cut. I think it works fantastically in pasta sauces. The chunks of tomato actually look fresh and they taste fresh, too! I also used the finely chopped variety in a pizza sauce recipe. They are made with onions, carrots, and celery, giving them a heartier flavor. I also liked that the tomatoes are in a light puree. This makes them perfect for using in sauces and soups. 


Not only do these tomatoes have great flavor and texture, but they are also better for you than some canned varieties. They are all completely non-GMO certified so you know what you are eating. I also like that the tomatoes are grown right in the Midwest. They go straight from the field, to the store and to your home. These tomatoes are great to keep on your shelves at all times.


See how to use the tomatoes in a great Bubble Up Pizza Casserole recipe below!

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