HEALTHY GLOBAL GOURMET COOKING & SEASONING SAUCES
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Mediterranean Cooking and Seasoning Sauce
About our Mediterranean-inspired recipe starter: Take your taste buds on a delicious adventure to the islands of the Mediterranean with Mesa de Vida. The islands kissed by the Mediterranean sea and sun share a cuisine rich with bold, yet simply delicious ingredients.
With inspiration from Sicily, Sardinia, Crete, Cypress, Santorini, and Corsica, “…those blessed lands of sun and sea and the olive trees”*, our Mediterranean cooking and seasoning sauce brings together the aromatic, flavorful and healthy ingredients that help make this one of the most loved cuisines in the world.
Healthy Mediterranean simmer sauce, gourmet Mediterranean seasoning, and so much more.
With a flavor base of concentrated sun kissed tomatoes, roasted red peppers, onion, garlic, capers, Kalamata olives, crushed red pepper, oregano and basil, all brightened by a splash of red wine vinegar, our Mediterranean cooking sauce transforms your simple ingredients into a perfectly balanced, truly delicious masterpiece.
Mediterranean flavors play well with chicken, lamb, beef, potatoes, pasta, seafood, eggplant, feta, spinach, chickpeas, and of course red wine and olive oil...but don’t let that limit your imagination. You can bring the glorious flavors of the Mediterranean to just about anything you’d like to cook, with Mesa de Vida.
What are you going to cook first? Discover all of our Mediterranean inspired recipes here!
SAUTE, SIMMER, SLOW COOK, MARINATE, SEASON + MORE
Made with just vegetables, fruit, spices and herbs, perfectly blended and waiting to bring life to your table! As with all of our Whole30 Approved cooking sauces, they are low sodium sauces and seasonings, and have zero added sugar. Adjust salt to your own tastes. Most people find our Mediterranean cooking sauce to be very slightly spicy.
*From Elizabeth David’s “A Book of Mediterranean Food” (1950)