Puttanesca – Tomato, Olive, Caper Sauce
Although Puttanesca is a true classic Italian favourite we think it’s still a bit of an unsung hero. Rich and powerful Puttanesca can be used in countless ways.
Tomato, onion, capsicum, garlic, tomato paste, white wine, olives, capers, olive oil, fennel seeds, chilli flakes, black pepper, salt.
Dairy Free | Gluten Free | Nut Free | Kid Friendly | Vegan
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Just pop the frozen bag of sauce into a pot of boiling water for around 25 minutes to heat through, and it is ready to use.
The obvious choice is to stir it through pasta, but it can do so much more than that. Use it as a sauce for fish; it works brilliantly when steamed with mussels, so their juices combine with the sauce and beg to be mopped up with fresh bread.
Quick & Simple Pasta
Stir the Puttanesca through your favourite pasta with lashings of grated parmesan.
Gently braise a pot of seafood like mussels, prawns, octopus and fish in the Puttanesca. Add chopped parsley and serve on steamed rice, pasta or lemon cous cous.
Pot of Mussels
Put mussels in a hot saucepan add a glass of white wine and put on the lid and give it a bit of a shake (be careful of the steam). Allow to steam in the wine until cooked. Stir through the heated Puttanesca. Add chopped parsley and serve as part of a feast or on steamed rice, pasta or lemon cous cous.
Steak & Mash
Pan off your favourite cut of steak. Allow to rest then slice. Put on a bed of mash then top with a heap of our Puttanesca. Garnish with some chopped parsley.
Pan off some chicken pieces, skin side down until crispy. Place in snug baking tray, skin side up. Pour defrosted Puttanesca around the chicken, do not cover chicken with sauce. Place in oven at 180°C and bake for around 30 minutes or until chicken is cooked through.
Keep frozen products in the freezer for up to 3 months
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