Cascina San Cassiano Tomato sauces 540g 3x2

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CASCINA SAN CASSIANO

Cascina San Cassiano Tomato sauce with Mozzarella cheese.

100% Italian tomato with Mozzarella cheese. An authentic Italian recipe  inspired by Italian Campania region cuisine, where mozzarella is an ingredient presents in many recipes

The sauce is ready to be poured directly onto freshly drained pasta.  Try it also on bread on pizza, with lasagna or as a sauce for stewed foods.

- Gluten Free

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Cascina San Cassiano Tomato sauce with Fried Onion.

100% Italian tomato with fried onion. An authentic Italian recipe  inspired by Italian Calabria region cuisine, where onion is an ingredient presents in many recipes

The sauce is ready to be poured directly onto freshly drained pasta.  Try it also on bread on pizza, with lasagna or as a sauce for stewed foods.

Curiosity:

In Calabria, it seems that the onion was introduced by the Phoenicians. A tipical dish of Calabria Region is the Fileja pasta with tomato sauce with onions and vegetables. Onion is a famous bulb, botanically related to other vegetables such as garlic and shallots, well known all over the world and used in many recipes. Chacarterized by diuretic properties, it’s also useful to control glycemic index and triglycerides level. The main ingredient of this sauce is fried onion.

- Gluten Free

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Tomato sauce with Mascarpone cheese.

100% Italian tomato sauce and mascarpone cheese. An authentic Italian recipe  inspired by Italian Lombardia region cuisine, where Mascarpone cheese is presents in many recipes.

The sauce is ready to be poured directly onto freshly drained pasta. To enhance the quality of the ingredients, it is advisable to heat it over a low heat or in the microwave, after opening the jar and removing the capsule. Try it also on bread or as a sauce for stewed foods.

Curiosity:

Mascarpone has a creamy consistency and has ancient origins, it has been worked for the first time in the XII century, with the aim of conserving and using a little excess milk, making it a cream. François Vatel, famous French chef and pastry chef, It is said that, he killed himself because he had not been able to obtain the quantity of this cheese necessary to make a dessert for the Sun King. The name Mascarpone probably derives from \”mascharpa “, a Lombard dialect word that means cream of milk. Unlike other cheeses, mascarpone is in fact not obtained from milk but from cream. But the origins of the name of this Lombard cheese seem to be two: it seems that the term Mascarpone corresponds to the Italian form of the Spanish expression “màs que bueno” (so good) pronounced by a high dignitary of the court during the Spanish domination of Lombardia Region.

- Gluten Free