Saturday Night Pasta
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Dirty Martini
Pasta Sauce

With the unique flavour combination of juicy, summer-ripe Australian Roma tomatoes, Archie Rose Native Botanical vodka and salty fermented olive brine, this delicious pasta sauce takes its inspiration from the ever-popular Penne alla Vodka dish. 

The benefits.

  • Supports overall energy levels and mental performance (vitamin B1, B3 and B6)
  • Promotes healthy skin and stronger bones (vitamin C)
  • Protects cells from the damaging effects of free radicals (vitamin E - antioxidant)
  • May help to protect the eyes from damage and macular degeneration (lutein and zeaxanthin — polyphenols antioxidant)

What goes in.

Summer ripe Australian Roma tomatoes, Archie Rose Native Botanical Vodka and Toolunka Estate Naturally Fermented Olive Brine.

What's kept out.

Gluten, refined sugar, artificial flavours and sweeteners.

Did you know?


Handmade in Adelaide, South Australia from locally grown ingredients

Garlic – South Australia
Tomatoes – Victoria
Vodka – NSW (Archie Rose)
Lemon Myrtle Leaves – Queensland
Olive Brine – South Australia

Hot tip.

Simply bring the jar of sauce to a gentle simmer. Simmer for 5 minutes. Toss through hot pasta along with 80ml of full fat pouring cream, a generous splash of pasta cooking water, a knob of butter and a shower of Parmigiano Reggiano. Give it a forceful stir and watch it transform into a deliciously, silky sauce. For a dairy-free version, after heating the sauce, toss through hot pasta with 60mls of pasta cooking water, giving it a forceful stir and top with pangrattato (fried breadcrumbs).

Saturday Night Pasta

Cookbook author, recipe developer and founder of SNP, Lizzie Hewson is passionate about the way food and cooking can bring people together. She also believes in making simple meals that allow the quality ingredients to shine.


She has long struggled with anxiety, and it was during a particularly difficult time that she found solace in the act of making pasta every Saturday night.  What started as a form of self-care then turned into a book, and she followed this with a range of Australian-made pasta tools. Now she has created a delicious collection of small-batch pasta sauces and dried pasta, and we can’t wait for you to try them. Buon Appetito!