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Tomato and Basil Sauce

Le Prandine Sauce

One of the best ways to use this sauce in the kitchens as a condiment for pasta, of any shape, and Sorrento style gnocchi. It can also bedspread on a Mediterranean bruschetta to enjoy a tasty appetizer. But obviously also as a base for your pizza and aubergines Parmigiana. The special guest of this tomato sauce is Basil. The undisputed king of Italian cuisine, as the name itself suggests, basileus, from the Greek, King.One of the ingredients more diffuse on our peninsula, above all in the Mediterranean area, is often used on our lovely pizza. How can we imagine a tomato sauce or a pizza without the addition of its little leaves? 


Average values for 100 gr of product. Energy 255 KJ/61 kcal, Fats 5,5 gr (of which saturated fatty acids 0,4 gr), Carbohydrates 6,5 gr (of which sugars 6,4 gr), Proteins 1,6 gr, Sale 0,9 gr.
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Tomato and basil sauce is a classic of Italian cuisine. It pairs well with a wide variety of pasta, but the most traditional is classic spaghetti. For this type of sauce, a light red wine or a crisp white wine may be suitable choices. A good crunchy bruschetta, such as a baguette or ciabatta, can be a perfect accompaniment to this dish. You can dip the bread in the sauce or use it to make bruschetta.
How to store it
Keep in a cold and dry place, Once opened, store in the refrigerator and consume within 2  weeks.
Tomato pulp 75%, Tomato concentrate, Extra Virgin Olive Oil 5%, Onion, Basil, Salt, Sugar, Natural Aromas.

In the basil sauce, a fragrant green,
The leaves sing an ode to nature,
Under the Italian sun, the flavor is blissful,
In every spoon, freshness and pure sweetness
Tomato and Basil Spaghetti are one of typical plates of traditional Italian cuisine and it is known and appreciated all around the World. Much loved by children, easy and quick to prepare, ideal for an “unplanned” lunch with friends and family members, “regenerating” if we savor them after an hour of physical activity. Any excuse is valid for a good plate of spaghetti with tomato and basil. But beyond the pleasure we feel from their unmistakable flavor there are 4 excellent reasons to often put them on our tables.
  1. Durum wheat spaghetti, unlike other pasta shapes, has a lower glycemic impact, that is they raise blood sugar more slowly. If we drain them just in time, we further reduce the glycemic impact.
  2. Tomato is rich in lycopene, a plant pigment that belongs to the numerous carotenoid family and gives these vegetables their color. The human body cannot produce lycopene and therefore it can only be ingested through food.
  3. Basil, an integral part of our recipe. In ancient times it was known as a “food worthy of the King’s house” for its pleasant flavor and it precious virus, including its antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory, stimulating, useful in case of lack of appetite, carminative and diuretic properties.
  4. The generous quantities of Extra Virgin Olive Oil in the sauce, whose fats are essential for the absorption of lycopene.


Tomato pulp

Tomato pulp is a product obtained by processing ripe tomatoes, stripped of their skins and seeds, and finely chopped.

Tomato Concentrate

Tomato paste is a product made by reducing the juice of ripe tomatoes to a thick, rich paste.

Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Extra Virgin Olive Oil is a type of high-quality olive oil obtained through the pressing of olives, without the use of chemical processes or refinement. It is considered the highest grade of olive oil in terms of purity and quality, and is widely appreciated for its rich and authentic flavor


Onions are edible bulbs of the plant Allium cepa, used in cooking for their pungent and sweet flavor.


Basil is an aromatic herbaceous plant, highly valued in cooking for its sweet and slightly spicy tasting leaves.


Salt plays a crucial role in cooking, not only for its flavor but also because it is involved in regulating the body's water balance and performs vital functions such as transmitting nerve impulses and maintaining cellular osmotic balance


Sweet substance primarily of plant origin, used to sweeten and flavor foods and beverages. The most common form of sugar is sucrose, which is composed of two simpler sugars, glucose and fructose, bonded together

Natural flavors

Aromatic substances extracted from plant or animal sources that are used to impart pleasant smells and tastes to foods, beverages, bath products, personal care items, and other goods