This week's recipe is a REALLY quick and VERY delicious dish using hearty cannellini beans cooked in our Spicy Ugly Sauce along with some fresh sage. This recipe is so easy to cook up guys, like 5 minutes quick. NO JOKE!
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This week's recipe is a combination of two delicious dishes: Chicken Parm and Gnocchi pasta. We combined the two using our Spicy Ugly Sauce and Tomato 'Nduja because, why not? The combination of pasta, chicken, ooey-gooey cheeses and our FRESH tomato sauces all baked together create the ultimate in flavor and comfort.
Sfincione is a thick Sicilian pizza, or more precisely a focaccia bread, topped with tomatoes, onions, anchovies and grated cheese, seasoned with wild oregano. Outside Italy, "Sicilian pizza" is used to describe all kinds of things, but until the 19th century, Sfincione (loosely translated as "thick sponge") was the kind of pizza usually consumed on the streets of western Sicily.
Are you familiar with North African meatballs at all? Apparently, they're a thing and I'm in love! This particular lamb meatball recipe called to me because of the ingredients used in Tunisia and Morocco (also two countries that use a helluva lot of tomatoes).
I LOVE Indian food. I've been a fan since high school and not only because it's spicy (not all Indian dishes are) but because it's so accessible as a cuisine. There's a dish for everyone, literally.
Tis the season to eat a helluva alotta soups guys and I'm OK with it. I used to not care for soups much as a kid, but as I've matured (in both age and palette), I've come to appreciate the versatility and practicality of soups in general.
In my understanding, a pastitsio should hold together more or less- like a lasagna. Using bucatini, the noodles themselves create a perfect, tangled nest. Baked and rested, you can cut into the pastitsio and the slices will hold together because of the chaos of those long strands.
Winter's hard for producers like us. Mainly because we deal with regional tomatoes and right now the North East is C-O-L-D! Not ideal weather for growing tomatoes. Tomatoes like the heat (dry and salty air with lots of sunlight ideally).
We're tri-lingual here at the Saucery! Did you know? These images pretty much sum up our 2018 very nicely. A WHOLE LOTTA tomatoes, smiles, colors, family at the center of it all and positive vibes all around.
After researching the yellow tomato a bit, I also learned they're lower in acid (which is a concern for many of our customers) but still so sweet. A tomato that's low in acid and totally sweet and delicious? Sounds like a winner!