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'Amatriciana' Pasta Sauce

Olive Points: 39pts

Price £3.90


Weight: 330g

This ready-to-use pasta sauce is a classic Roman favourite. Made from just five simple ingredients: guanciale (cured pork cheek), pecorino cheese, chilli, white wine and tomatoes from San Marzano it originates from Amatrice, a tiny town in the mountains bordering Abruzzo about 100 miles from the capital which was recently destroyed by a devastating earthquake. Amatriciana is a robust, hearty sauce which can be served with our spaghetti, linguine or fusilli bucati.

Cooking Tip: We suggest retaining a couple of tablespoons of the cooking water before draining the pasta and setting it aside. Then once you have drained the pasta put it back in the pan, add the Amatriciana sauce and then the cooking water. Gently heat for a couple minutes until the sauce is well amalgamated with the pasta & serve immediately.


San Marzano tomato DOP pulp (Italy) 91%, Olive oil, pork bacon 4%, red onion 1%, pecorino cheese 0.7%, salt, black pepper, acidifier: citric acid.

Our Producer - Casarecci di Calabria for Vorrei

One of our favourite suppliers in Calabria, Southern Italy is ‘Casarecci di Calabria’. We love both the taste of their superior quality products and their great packaging.

This family firm, established in 1998 is located in the Sila Mountains. Like many of our producers Casarecci di Calabria use old fashioned recipes to create old fashioned products, once the staples of any Southern Italian family and now sought after delicacies. Their entire range is produced without adding any preservatives or colours.

Product Reviews
4.5 out of 5 stars
5 out of 5 stars Monday 31 August, 2020 By Susanne Wells - See all my reviews
This is so much better than anything in our supermarket! Very tasty & with Fettuccini you can have a delicious meal very quickly.
4 out of 5 stars Thursday 02 April, 2020 By Emanuele Palese - See all my reviews
Taste is very good. It probably needs a bit more of guanciale and chilli.
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