Prawns and seafood have been a part of Italian culture since Ancient Rome. Aquaculture, or seafood farming, was very sophisticated back then, even by today’s standards. Aquaculture is still very prevalent in modern day Italy, with Sicily leading the country in seafood production. Prawns are native to the Mediterranean Sea, making them accessible for the fishermen of Sicilia.
Our caramelle, on the other hand, literally translating to 'sweeties', are more a novelty pasta shape, rather than one with ancient origins. Caramelle are small, filled pasta with twisted ends that resemble sweets. They are typically served on special occasions, such as Christmas and other holidays, in places like Parma and Piacenza. Here at Pasta Evangelists, we believe every moment of eating should entail the same joy as holidays do, and so we have no qualms about stuffing our handmade caramelle with the finest prawns and Italian zucchini, serving with a beautifully smooth yellow zucchini puree & topping with strands of spiralled courgette.
|Handmade Prawn & Courgette Caramelle with a Yellow Zucchini Sauce & Spiralised Courgette||Grams||Calories|
|Handmade Prawn & Courgette Caramelle||175g||
|Yellow Zucchini Sauce||
Please note the above nutritional guidance is based on our estimates only.