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Pici with Pachino Tomato Sauce & Fresh Stracciatella
Pici with Pachino Tomato Sauce & Fresh Stracciatella
Pici with Pachino Tomato Sauce & Fresh Stracciatella

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Pici with Pachino Tomato Sauce & Fresh Stracciatella

Our hand-crafted pici are matched with a fresh Pachino tomato sauce. Grown in the sun of Siciliapomodori di Pachino are renowned for their inviting sweetness and perfect ripeness. Pachino is a small Sicilian municipality in the south east of Italy’s largest Island. It is interesting to note that this is the municipality with the greatest number of daylight hours in Europe; the brackish water coming from the groundwater close to the sea is absorbed by the plants and transformed into sugar, which gives Pachino tomaoes their full, sweet taste. 

This simple - but beautifully blushing - sauce is served with fresh pici, a pasta shape similar to, but thicker than, spaghetti. Pici originate in Siena, which, alongside Florence, is renowned as one of Tuscany's jewels. Topped with a serving of fresh, creamy ricotta, this dish evokes the most memorable moments of relaxed, al fresco dining in Italy. 

Photo by: @sundaytimesfood

Ingredients: Pachino Tomatoes, Fresh pici (Wheat flour, Egg, Durum Wheat flour, Salt), Shallot, Extra virgin olive oil, Basil, Chilli pepper, Salt

Garnishes: Ricotta Cheese

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Pici with Pachino Tomato Sauce & Fresh Stracciatella Grams Calories
Pici  155g 395kCal
Pachino Tomato Sauce  155g 100kCal
Fresh Stracciatella 25g 45kCal

 Please note the above nutritional guidance is based on our estimates only. 

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Our hand-crafted pici are matched with a fresh Pachino tomato sauce. Grown in the sun of Siciliapomodori di Pachino are renowned for their inviting sweetness and perfect ripeness. Pachino is a small Sicilian municipality in the south east of Italy’s largest Island. It is interesting to note that this is the municipality with the greatest number of daylight hours in Europe; the brackish water coming from the groundwater close to the sea is absorbed by the plants and transformed into sugar, which gives Pachino tomaoes their full, sweet taste. 

This simple - but beautifully blushing - sauce is served with fresh pici, a pasta shape similar to, but thicker than, spaghetti. Pici originate in Siena, which, alongside Florence, is renowned as one of Tuscany's jewels. Topped with a serving of fresh, creamy ricotta, this dish evokes the most memorable moments of relaxed, al fresco dining in Italy. 

Photo by: @sundaytimesfood

Ingredients

Ingredients: Pachino Tomatoes, Fresh pici (Wheat flour, Egg, Durum Wheat flour, Salt), Shallot, Extra virgin olive oil, Basil, Chilli pepper, Salt

Garnishes: Ricotta Cheese

Recipe Card

Download the recipe card here

Nutrition

Pici with Pachino Tomato Sauce & Fresh Stracciatella Grams Calories
Pici  155g 395kCal
Pachino Tomato Sauce  155g 100kCal
Fresh Stracciatella 25g 45kCal

 Please note the above nutritional guidance is based on our estimates only.