Spicy penne arrabbiata
One of the world’s most famous Italian recipes, ready in a flash with the best pasta and the finest ingredients. Quick and easy to cook on the stove or in the microwave, it lets everyone experience the authentic taste of real Italian pasta with arrabbiata sauce. Strictly without additives or palm oil.
Arrabbiata is a spicy sauce, typical of the city of Rome and more generally of the Lazio region. The name, which means “angry”, describe the spicy character of this sauce. It might make one’s face red, as when they are raging mad. In Rome, penne all’arrabbiata are a typical late night dish, when meeting up with friends and the night is still young, you improvise a quick, easy snack.
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Durum wheat semolina pasta, (durum wheat semolina, water), Dried tomato, Rice flour, Sugar, Salt, Corn starch, Skim milk powder, Artificial flavours, Yeast extract, Dehydrated onion, Dehydrated garlic, Oregano, Beet powder. Contains: Wheat, Milk.
Bring 1 1⁄2 cups of water, and a teaspoon of olive oil to a boil in a wide, low pan.
When water boils, pour contents of the bag into the pan and stir.
Cook for 6 minutes on a medium heat. Wait for 1 minute before serve.
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Rome; the Eternal City
Rome, the capital of Italy, is located in the region of Lazio. Among its treasures are the Trevi Fountain, the Piazza di Spagna and the immortal legacies of the Roman Empire, from the Colosseum to the Pantheon. It is also a land rich in flavors and typical dishes, coming from simple peasant traditions: from sausages to cheeses, from fruit to vegetables.
The dishes of Roman culture were aimed at supporting those who worked in the fields from very early in the morning until sundown, every day.
Typical Roman ingredients that accompanied these peasants are the famous pecorino cheese, bucatini and ricotta. The dishes that are now known all over the world are Carbonara, born from the union of eggs and bacon supplied by American troops during the allied liberation of Rome, pasta alla Gricia, all’arrabbiata, alla matriciana with the tasty bacon from Amatrice, artichokes alla Giuditta and tripe.
The undisputable link between the Eternal City and food is also immortalized by the movie, "An American in Rome", with the actor Alberto Sordi intent on eating a large plate of pasta. An iconic scene that symbolizes Italian food all over the world.
Roman Forum, Rome.
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