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Ischia Sea Bass Tortelloni with Yellow Datterini Tomato Sauce & Samphire

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Ischia Sea Bass Tortelloni with Yellow Datterini Tomato Sauce & Samphire

Sea bass is a white, textured fish that is native to the waters surrounding the western volcanic island of Ischia. While sea bass tend to live in cooler oceans, they also, somewhat unusually, inhabit the warmer waters of the Gulf of Naples, which gives Italian sea bass a slightly different flavour.  Our sea bass tortelloni are paired with a delicious yellow datterini tomato sauce.

The first record of Italian tomatoes dates back to 1548, but back then, tomatoes were seen purely as decorative arrangements. It wasn’t until the 17th or 18th century that tomatoes became essential to Italian cuisine, inspired by Spanish dishes. Datterini tomatoes are small, fleshy and sweet. This dish is finished with samphire and extra virgin olive oil, which complement the delicate flavours of the tortelloni.

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INGREDIENTS: (allergens in bold): Fresh pasta (Wheat flour, Egg, Durum wheat flour, Salt, Water), Sea Bass, White Fish, Mascarpone, Yellow datterini tomatoes, Onion, Extra virgin Olive Oil, Lemon juice, Salt, Sugar, Black pepper

GARNISH INGREDIENTS: Samphire

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Sea Bass Tortelloni with Yellow Datterini Tomato Sauce & Samphire

Grams Calories
Sea Bass Tortelloni 200g 460kCal
Yellow Datterini Tomato Sauce 90g 80kCal
Yellow Datterini Tomatoes 40g 20kCal
Samphire 10g 5kCal

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

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Sea bass is a white, textured fish that is native to the waters surrounding the western volcanic island of Ischia. While sea bass tend to live in cooler oceans, they also, somewhat unusually, inhabit the warmer waters of the Gulf of Naples, which gives Italian sea bass a slightly different flavour.  Our sea bass tortelloni are paired with a delicious yellow datterini tomato sauce.

The first record of Italian tomatoes dates back to 1548, but back then, tomatoes were seen purely as decorative arrangements. It wasn’t until the 17th or 18th century that tomatoes became essential to Italian cuisine, inspired by Spanish dishes. Datterini tomatoes are small, fleshy and sweet. This dish is finished with samphire and extra virgin olive oil, which complement the delicate flavours of the tortelloni.

Image by: @thehangryhuman

Ingredients

INGREDIENTS: (allergens in bold): Fresh pasta (Wheat flour, Egg, Durum wheat flour, Salt, Water), Sea Bass, White Fish, Mascarpone, Yellow datterini tomatoes, Onion, Extra virgin Olive Oil, Lemon juice, Salt, Sugar, Black pepper

GARNISH INGREDIENTS: Samphire

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Nutrition

Sea Bass Tortelloni with Yellow Datterini Tomato Sauce & Samphire

Grams Calories
Sea Bass Tortelloni 200g 460kCal
Yellow Datterini Tomato Sauce 90g 80kCal
Yellow Datterini Tomatoes 40g 20kCal
Samphire 10g 5kCal

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