Similar to Provolone, it is one of the oldest cheese in Sicily. It is salted and matured for a short period of time which provides the pale colour and pleasant smell that anticipates the sweet and delicate flavour. This cheese can be used raw or cooked and its light taste will please all palates.
The tuna and artichoke caponata are the typical flavours of Sicily The addition of the tuna to the caponata artichokes creates a unique and incredible taste. Try it on bread as an appetizer or as a side dish with meat and fish.
Risotto is a typical dish of northern Italy. This version has a creamy consistency of rice with the addition of tasty courgettes. Ideal as a starter or main course. Organic and gluten-free products are considered healthier than conventional ones and are not only intended for Celiac Disorder sufferers. Giving up gluten does not mean giving up flavour!
These peppers are a tasty starter with a twist: they are stuffed with tuna and onions. Their intense and slightly spicy flavour combined with their visual aspect makes them perfect for dinner parties and antipasti platters.