Village Farms' Helen Aquino Shares Savory Recipe Inspiration with Sinfully Sweet Campari® and Heavenly Villagio Marzano® Tomatoes
DELTA, BC & MARFA, TX - The big game may have come and gone, but I certainly doubt the same goes for consumers’ cravings for decadent snacking occasions. Village Farms is ready to help consumers satisfy those craving with two post-game day-inspired recipes—a new, unique take on nachos, as well as a gastro-pub-style pork belly and tomato jam sliders—each using the company’s exclusive Sinfully Sweet Campari® and Heavenly Villagio Marzano® tomatoes
“To put a new twist on an old classic we subbed the tortilla chips for a more substantial base of toasted ravioli. Using pre-made toasted ravioli gives you the option of making your dish with beef ravioli or using spinach or cheese for a vegetarian option,” explained Helen Aquino, Director of Brand Marketing and Communication for Village Farms. “Top them with plenty of Sinfully Sweet Campari® tomatoes for the perfect ratio of juice and crunch. This recipe is ready in less than half an hour—perfect to whip up during halftime, or anytime.”
According to a press release, Sinfully Sweet Campari® and Heavenly Villagio Marzano® tomatoes are readily available nationwide. Whether you’re a party procrastinator prepping for a game day party, or if you’re just in the mood to have friends and family over for some tasty bites, these recipes have you covered.
Have a little extra time to get ready for your big snacking debut? All the components of Village Farm’s pork belly and tomato jam sliders can be made ahead, then simply heat them up when you’re ready to serve. Village Farms assures that, though the prep may take a little more time, the taste that comes with it makes it all worth it. Can you imagine the heavenly (pardon the pun) smell of the pork belly, married with Heavenly Villagio Marzano® tomatoes cooking low and slow? Just the thought is drool-inspiring enough for me.
Want even more recipes to get your party guests ready for a mouthful? Access Village Farms’ recipes on its website here.