Hot sauce company Truff is releasing two pasta sauces rich in tomato, herbs, black truffle and red chilli peppers. Available in Pomodorro and Arrabiata flavours, the sauces can be added to pasta or used as a pizza base. 

Truff ANZ co-director Steve Pirone said the new range is an evolution of the company’s hot sauce portfolio. 

“Pasta sauce might be new to Truff here in Australia, but we can assure you we’ve taken the same creative approach to fashioning a product we know our audience will love,” said Pirone. 

Using authentic truffle oil to create an earthy undertone, the Arrabiata flavour has been made with garden-fresh ingredients and has a smooth palate with its creamier texture. 

Ideal for those who like a sweeter, less spicy sauce, the Pomodorro uses black winter truffle and has less of an immediate kick and one that contains a longer lasting spice. 

The vegan, gluten free and non-GMO friendly sauces are perfect for wood fired pizza, fettuccine and eggplant parmigiana. 

Truff Pomodorro and Arrabiata are available at David Jones, select grocers and butchers, along with specialty food stores for RRP 54.95 per two pack.

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