This box features all the ingredients for a spicy dinner. The Mancini Penne marry beautifully with the arrabbiata sauce and the pecorino cheese. All these ingredients are soulmates to the extra virgin olive oil with basil. To finish off your dinner Vestri's Peperoncino chocolate bar boasts 63% dark chocolate and chili, delivering the flavor kick right at the end for a pleasant, surprising heat.
Richness through simplicity. This Ursini tomato sauce with olive oil and chili is an authentic delicacy that reproduces the best of the traditional Italian kitchen. Translated as “angry,” arrabbiata is the power-packed combination of tomato and chili. Serve with generous amounts of grated cheese and a glass of red wine to put out the fire.
INGREDIENTS: Tomato 90%, extra virgin olive oil 8.4%, garlic, parsley, salt, hot pepper 0.1%, oregano
There are days when the wheat, the sun and the earth seem to embrace each other and merge into one color, the signature Mancini orange. The Mancini penne are enthused with the same gorgeous mix of wheat, sun & trade expertise as its vibrant packaging. One mouthful accompanies by a hearty pesto or a decadent cheese sauce and you will feel transported to those Marche hills basked in the sunset light.
INGREDIENTS: Durum wheat semolina, water.
ALLERGENS: Contains wheat.
This ancient cheese is made from 100% sheep’s milk collected in the countryside of Rome and produced in Nepi, 15 miles north of the city. Aged 10 months to 1 year and coated in black wax per tradition, Fulvi® is in a class by itself. What separates Fulvi® from other Pecorino Romano is the higher butterfat content of the whole (not skimmed) sheep's milk from Lazio, making it less dry and hard than those made in Sardinia. The cheese is also less salty, allowing you to enjoy its rich flavor grated or eaten as is.
This chocolate bar is the essence of Vestri, combining flavors and taste sensations from around the world. Peperoncino boasts 63% dark chocolate and chili that delivers the flavor kick right at the end for a pleasant, surprising heat.
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