Home cooking isn't the same without Homestyle Pasta Seasoning there to make it a little easier. We have designed this blend to complement these Italian favorites all while using an authentic homestyle flavor that everyone knows and loves.
A perfect blend of robust and smooth flavor for all your favorite pasta dishes. Homestyle Pasta Seasoning also shines with many of your other favorites. Whether it's on homemade garlic bread or dusted over the crust of a pizza, you can always count on the garlic and herb flavor to carry you home.
All Pasta Dishes, Tomato Sauce, Alfredo Sauce, Scampi Sauce, Lasagna, Garlic Bread, Pasta Salads, Soups, Vegetables, Mashed Potatoes, Chicken, and Seafood.
5.5 fl oz Bottle
Garlic, Onion, Red Pepper, Black Pepper, Celery Salt, and Herbs.
This is my favorite seasoning! I use it on as much as I can. So delish!
Love these products, spoke to the owners at a cars in the park event a few years back and havent let my stock run out since then! Keep up the good work.
My favorite thing in the world is pasta. I usually don't add seasonings to my pasta, I add my own fresh garlic, onion and herbs to make my homemade sauce. I buy other seasonings from this company like the roasted potato, sicilian and new orleans...they are all awesome. I grabbed this on my last order just to give it a try. Man, this stuff really brings a sauce to life. I actually started using it regularly in my homemade marinara and alfredo sauces. I have to admit, this might become a staple in my recipe. This companies products never disappoint. Will be ordering this again for sure.
Good for homemade garlic bread. Just add oil. Then sprinkle of this on...healthier than what I buy in the store which has too much butter.
Neighbors loved it. Also I used this for chicken alfredo...so yummy. Buying two more for my sons!!!!
My husband and I have been using the BBQ rub constantly that I almost forgot I had picked this one up at the same time. While this one is very good and we often use it on our pasta dishes, there is a lot of garlic flavor in this. I wouldn't say it's overpowering, but we're just more of BBQ people. I see the reviewer below me used it on garlic bread, I think I might try that next.