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Delmaine Puttanesca

325g

A classic Italian tomato sauce, Puttanesca is a rich, slightly salty, mix of Italian tomatoes, capers, olives and garlic. Our premium version uses Kalamata olive halves and surfine capers and is lightly herbed with basil, oregano and parsley. Traditionally served with spaghetti it is a versatile recipe that suits almost all filled and flat pastas. Also complements vegetarian dishes or fish and seafood.
  • No artificial colours or flavours
  • Suitable for vegetarians
  • Quick ideas; Puttanesca pairs well with seafood spaghetti dishes or served over roasted fish. Mix through rice or couscous with shredded cooked chicken. Delicious served with roasted vegetables like aubergines, courgettes and pumpkin.
  • Contains wheat and/or grain products containing gluten.

COOKING INFORMATION

Stovetop: Pour the contents into a saucepan. Heat gently until simmering, stirring occasionally. Microwave: Remove lid and place it loosely on top of pottle. Heat on high for 3-4 minutes, stirring once. Caution: Product will be hot.

  • Delmaine Code: 00305
  • Size: 325g
  • Pack Size: 6
  • Country of Origin: NZ
  • Storage Conditions: Keep refrigerated below 4°C. Once opened, use within 3 days.
  • Best Before/Use By: Use By
  • Unopened Shelf Life: 60
  • Open Shelf Life: 3 days

INGREDIENTS

Tomatoes (55%) (Diced (contains Citric Acid), Paste), Water, Kalamata Olives (10%), Onions, Capers (2.5%), Roasted Garlic, Corn Starch, Vegetable Oil (Rapeseed), Garlic, Salt, Sugar, Black Pepper, Basil, Oregano, Parsley.

NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION

Serving Size: 80g Servings per Pack: 4

Average Quantity Per Serving Per 100g
ENERGY 221kj 276kj
PROTEIN 1.3g 1.6g
FAT, TOTAL 2.3g 2.9g
SATURATED 0.2g 0.3g
CARBOHYDRATE 6.2g 7.7g
SUGARS 4.6g 5.7g
SODIUM 235mg 295mg

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Inspiration

Storing your beans

Storing your beans

Canned beans should always be stored in cool cabinets away from appliances that produce heat. Dried beans should be stored in airtight containers and used within one year of purchase. The longer you keep the dry beans, the more moisture they lose. This means that older dry beans take longer to soak and cook compared to younger dry beans.
Substituting canned beans for dried beans

Substituting canned beans for dried beans

Often you don't have the  time to soak dried beans overnight and substituting with canned beans is a great option. But remember, dried beans nearyl double in weight and volume when soaked, so the rule of thumb when substituting is used two cans of beans for every cup of dried beans.

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