Pasta all'Amatriciana is a classic of the Italian cuisine, typical from the region of Lazio. Usually cooked with spaghetti or bucatini pasta.
It is told that this famous dish, born in Amatrice, was the main meal of the sheperds, and originally it was made without tomatoes and was called "gricia"; tomatoes were later on added to the dish once imported from America, and the sauce got the name of Amatriciana.
This tasty and classic pasta sauce is prepared with tomato pulp, bacon and onion.
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This sauce will last up to 24 months without the addition of any preservatives, but simply thank you to an appropriate thermal treatment.
Ingredients: tomato pulp, bacon, onion, extra virgin olive oil 7%, sugar, salt, black pepper