DescriptionThis Sicilian wild fennel sauce derives its origins from an intuition of the Imam Giafar during the Arab domination in Sicily. It is ideal for flavoring couscous, tabulas, soups and vegetable soups. Perfect to give more flavor to sauces, sauerkraut, meat and fish. Also used as base for pasta with sardines.
IngredientsWild Olives (65%), Water, Onion (12%), Tomato (4%), Sunflower Oil, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Almonds (2%), Pepper, Salt.
Format300g glass jar
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