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We now have an online petition for those of you who want Lawry's to bring back Spatini Spaghetti Sauce Mix.
They aren't bringing it back but Todd posted this in the feedback: "Good news for Spatini fans! I just posted my clone recipe for homemade Spatini -- it's this week's free recipe at http://www.topsecretrecipes.com. Enjoy!" Make sure to go over to his site to get the recipe.
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I live in Aberdeen, Maryland. I want to know where I can buy Spatini? Can I order it somewhere if it is not available locally?
I googled where to buy Spatini in Aberdeen,MD, and found a site called Spiceplace.com which sells it. Check it out to see if you want to buy in the quantity they sell.
www.spatini.info also sells it. One seller is selling it on eBay, too. It's not available anymore in the 3 envelope box, just the 15 oz.
you can purchase on line the resturant size bags i thing you get 3 for 71.00 but it last a long time
Thank you for letting me know this.I very much appreciated your help.
As a Spatini user for over 30 years, I too was devastated by Spatini's demise. This week, at Weis Markets, I discovered that Lawry's is now marketing a "Spaghetti Sauce" mix in individual packets. Is it possible that this is Spatini repackaged and sold singly?
I have never tried Spatini or this recipe, but I did copy it from Top Secret Recipes when it was made free.
1 beef bouillon cube, crushed
1 1/2 teaspoons powdered sugar
1 teaspoon cornstarch
1/4 teaspoon ground oregano
1/4 teaspoon ground thyme
1/4 teaspoon onion powder
1/8 teaspoon garlic powder
pinch ground black pepper
Crush the bouillon cube to powder. Mix with remaining ingredients in a small bowl. To make spaghetti sauce, follow the original box instructions of Spatini:
1. In a medium saucepan, combine seasoning mix, 1 tablespoon oil (optional), desired tomatoes and amount of water on this chart.
2. Bring to boil, then simmer, stirring frequently, as directed below.
3. Makes about 1 pint sauce
Listed are the amounts of
Tomatoes, Water, and the Simmer time
1 can 6oz. 1 1/2 cups 5 min.
1 can (15 oz.) 3/4 cup 5 min.
2 cups (16 oz.) 1/2 cup 15 min.
For a spicier tomato sauce:
1 15 oz.
tomato sauce 1/2 cup 15 min.
For a chunky homestyle:
1 can 14.5 oz.
cut-up and undrained 1/3 cup 15. min.
1 1/4 pounds
fresh ripe tomatoes,
pureed omit water 40. min.
OMG - I was heartbroken when they quit making Spatini! My whole family tried to find it everywhere for me. Thank you for this recipe, I'm going to go home and try to make it this weekend and see how it tastes. I will let you know on Monday.
This is spatini.
Susan in Omaha
How is the Spatini protest going?
clucas68 from Rockland, Mass
Editor's Note: Unilever does not seem interested in bringing back Spatini, despite it's popularity. For those of you who don't know about Spatini, here is a link to feedback about it and our online petition.
Sorry, I have no idea what spatini is.
What is spatini anyway? Never heard of it.
Where can I buy Spatini in or around Emmaus, PA. Or can I buy it from the manufacturer?
The Cook from Emmaus, PA
Spatini has been discontinued. Please call 1-800-9lawrys and tell them you are unhappy about it. Due to the amount of feedback we've received on this, we have created a petition.
I grew up with my mom not being the best cook. But when she used Spatini we had a treat. So please start making it again.
You can buy Spatini at the Vermont Country Store. They have catalogs and a nice web site.
Does anyone have a recipe for making spaghetti sauce mix, i.e. Spatini? Thanks.
Editor's Note: We have had so many people commiserating about Spatini and not being able to get through to the Lowry's complaint line.
ThriftyFun has set up an online petition. Please take a minute to sign it if you haven't already!
Amazon has it. 15 oz bag for about 10 dollars. Just have to do the math to make a normal sized batch of sauce...