I use this Trader Joe’s bruschetta so often that I always have a few back up jars in my pantry. (Keep in mind this shouldn’t be confused with the also delicious TJs Bruschetta Sauce). I slather it on chicken and I dip Trader Joe’s panko fish in it. I also eat it out of the jar with a spoon. The fact it has only 1g of sugar per serving and no added sugar at all is just an added bonus. It strikes a good balance between tomatoey sweet and a slightly mellow spice. And for the $2.69 price it really seems like a great value. I sometimes ask myself why the jar is so small but maybe that’s just based on the fact my bigger spoons sometimes get stuck in the jar. Oh I probably should mention it goes great on crunchy bread to make actual bruschetta for an appetizer..…….
- Good combo of garlic, basil and tomato flavor
- Net Weight: 12 oz
- Way less sugar than other bruschetta sauces
Trader Joe’s Bruschetta Sauce
TJ’s bruschetta sauce is such a nicely balanced flavor bomb in a jar that I always struggle to come up with unique recipes to put it in. I’ve tried using it in my chili for a sort of Trader Joe’s Bruschetta sauce recipe chili but I end up not being able to taste it really. I would love to hear what everyone does with this stuff in a recipe. Although maybe I should ask what you put it on instead. Dump it over the top of cooked chicken, beef or pork? I also get confused because do you call this Trader Joe’s bruschetta sauce or just bruschetta? I thought the app with this stuff on toastey bread was bruschetta. So wouldn’t that make this bruschetta sauce? As always, we are solving the world’s problems on here. Let me know your thoughts!
– McCormick Gourmet Bruschetta Seasoning Mix, Sweet Basil & Oregano 19 Ounce (Pack of 2)
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