The word spaghetti comes from the Italian word spago, which means “thin string” and has ancient roots. Spaghetti was invented in Sicily around the 12th century and has become probably the most well-known pasta type worldwide. Puttanesca sauce hails from Naples and is a much more recent invention, dating only back to the mid-20th century. The name literally translates to something we cannot say in this paragraph, but feel free to look it up on your own (just don’t blame us, we didn’t name it!). Puttanesca sauce is tomato and garlic based, with delicious, crisp olives and capers added, along with anchovies for additional flavour and saltiness. This is the perfect comfort food dish.
(Allergens in bold): Fresh pasta (Wheat flour, Egg, Durum wheat flour, Salt), Chopped tomatoes, Olives, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Tomato puree, Anchovies, Capers, Parmesan cheese, Garlic, Dried chilli flakes, Salt, Black pepper.
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