Ready-made sauce with cherry tomato and fennel
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Ready-made sauce with cherry tomato and fennel, ancient Sicilian recipe, ideal for flavoring spaghetti, linguine, tagliolini or risotto.
A really tasty recipe with fresh Pachino cherry tomatoes and Sicilian fennel.
There isn’t just one single variety of tomato; a true Italian specialty: numerous varieties are grown in our land, each with its own characteristics and peculiarities. Here are the most famous and appreciated tomato varieties; those of the many small craft workshops; who still work according to the old tradition with high-quality material and without the use of pesticides or chemical preservatives, are selected for the preparation of tasty sauces.
The cherry tomato, also called cherry tomato; is one of the best known and most popular tomatoes. In the most common variety, the fruits are small, red and round, while in the black cherry tomato they are darker in colour.
There is also the yellow cherry tomato with its golden-yellow fruits.
The Datterino tomato is characterized by its oval shape. It has a thin skin, few pips and a firm flesh with a very sweet and intense flavor. It is a hybrid from Asia and the fruits grow in clusters in the shape of a fishbone.
Pachino IGP tomatoes
The Pachino tomato PGI is a Sicilian excellence. The king of the Mediterranean diet is grown in Sicily, in the extreme south, east of the island.
Bright red, fleshy, persistent, an excellent accompaniment on our tables, the Pachino tomato is the red gold of Sicily. The city that gave its name to the tomato is Pachino; a land eternally kissed by the sun, brackish; which, together with the quality of the water, makes the tomato a real pioneer of Mediterranean cuisine.
History of the ready-made sauce with cherry tomato and fennel
The protagonist of Italian cuisine and wine is an attractive, tasty, sweet, fragrant, firm and resistant tomato. All properties; who inherited the Pachino tomato from its area of origin and who have earned it the coveted PGI mark. Today, the Pachino tomato is supported by a protection consortium; that follows a precise and rigorous specification to guarantee its authenticity.
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