Michael's - Marinara Sauce 32 oz – Chef's Mandala Gourmet Store




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  • Michael's - Marinara Sauce 32 oz
  • Michael's - Marinara Sauce 32 oz

Michael's - Marinara Sauce 32 oz

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Started in 1964, Michael's Italian restaurant in Brooklyn still stands over half a century later. Today they continue to make this Napoli -style sauce in small batches using only imported Italian tomatoes, fresh garlic, basil, olive oil, oregano parsley and spices!
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Product Details

DIMENSIONS: (H x W x L) 12 x 6 x 6 inches
UPC: 855019004002

Ingredients & Storage Tips

Ingredients: Tomatoes, garlic, basil, olive oil, oregano, parsley, spices.
Storage Tips: Keep these tasty oils in a cool, dry place and away from direct sunlight until opened then refrigerate.

Flavors & Uses

Try this sauce with a delicious rigatoni or linguine and some Spanish white tuna!

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Janet Zweiback

Almost as good as homemade and a lot easier


Very good the kids liked it and that’s what matters. I had to add a little to strengthen the taste. All around I’d order it again.

I finally found an incredible marinara

When Ragu in a jar became popular in the 70s, countless mothers got an occasional break from standing over a pot. Occasionally, I will peruse through canned or jarred sauces hoping one will be great right out of the jar. The only one I thought was close to good was Rao’s, made by the ten table restaurant in New York.
So I’m at Basha’s Supermarket in Tucson, Arizona and I see this marinara - Michael’s of Brooklyn. It’s roughly nine bucks so I’m questioning whether it’s worth it. I purchase a jar and open it when I get home. I take out a spoonful and taste it cold. Oh, this is going to be great hot I thought. How come I have never heard of this? Don’t get me wrong, we know how to make marinara. But this stuff is perfect - right out of the jar!

Not bad.

A decent sauce but not as good as Pastificio Mandala.

Robert Merkle
Not tried it yet!

My first choice was Puttanesca sauce.
All I can say we’re on the second bottle and there’s only 2 of us! Great sauce! Looking forward to Pasta Gravy for Gluten Free Lasagna,
I’m probably not going to make my own pasta sauce anymore because it’s too time consuming and these sauces so far are wonderful.Maybe I’ll make just a light-thin fresh tomato sauce for seafood. So far great product.