Pizza don peppe

with tigernut and buckwheat whole flour

360 g / 12.70 oz. - Frozen

Ingredients: Base [gluten-free powder mix: (corn starch, potato starch, rice starch, skimmed milk powder, rice flour, *whole buckwheat flour, sugar, tigernut whole flour, thickeners: psyllium seed fiber, E464 (hydrohypropyl methylcellulose)), extra virgin olive oil, salt, yeast], tomato pulp, smoked provola cheese (cow milk, salt, rennet), sunflower seed oil. It may contain traces of shellfish, nuts (almonds, walnuts, pistachios), celery.
Made only of naturally gluten free ingredients, specifically formulated for people intolerant to gluten.

Preparation: let the pizza defrost for 15 minutes in the provided dish. Alternatively, let the pizza defrost in a microwave oven by selecting the “defrost” function for 4-5 minutes (in this case remove the pizza from the provided aluminium dish). Heat the oven until you reach the maximum temperature (250 °C/482F - 280°C/536F); remove the pizza from the transparent packaging and place it on the oven rack at mid-height for 4-6 minutes or until the mozzarella has melted. The cooking time may vary depending on the oven characteristics, it is therefore recommended to check that the product is cooked as desired.



Tuna gratin pizza

14.81 oz. - Frozen

Ingredients: Base [gluten-free powder mix: (corn starch, potato starch, rice starch, rice flour, skimmed milk powder, buckwheat flour, thickeners: psyllium seed fiber, E464 (hydrohypropyl methylcellulose), sugar) extra virgin olive oil,, salt, yeast], tomato pulp, mozzarella: (pasteurized milk, salt, rennet, starter cultures), olive oil tuna (7%), gratin preparation (7%): [breadcrumbs (rice flour, corn starch, sugar, thickeners: guar seed flour, fiber of psyllium seeds; corn maltodextrines, yeast, salt), capers, anchovies, parmesan cheese: (milk, salt, rennet, preservatives: lysozyme egg protein), parsley], dried tomatoes, sunflower seed oil, oregano, basil, flavours.
Made only of naturally gluten free ingredients, specifically formulated for people intolerant to gluten.

Preparation: let the pizza defrost for 15 minutes in the provided dish. Alternatively, let the pizza defrost in a microwave oven by selecting the “defrost” function for 4-5 minutes (in this case remove the pizza from the provided aluminium dish). Heat the oven until you reach the maximum temperature (250 °C/482F - 280°C/536F); remove the pizza from the transparent packaging and place it on the oven rack at mid-height for 4-6 minutes or until the mozzarella has melted. The cooking time may vary depending on the oven characteristics, it is therefore recommended to check that the product is cooked as desired.


Nutritional values for 100g/3.53 oz. of product
Energy value kcal 222
kj 928
Fats ….. 0.21 oz.
of which fatty acids ….. 0.08 oz.
Carbohydrates ….. 1.02 oz.
of which sugars ….. 1.04 oz.
Fibres ….. 0.07 oz.
Proteins ….. 0.44 oz.
Salt ….. 0.01 oz.



Pizza margherita

with tigernut and buckwheat whole flour

360 g / 12.70 oz. - Frozen

Ingredients: Base [gluten-free powder mix: (corn starch, potato starch, rice starch, skimmed milk powder, rice flour, buckwheat whole flour, sugar, tigernut whole flour, thickeners: psyllum seed fibre, E464: hydrohypropyl methylcellulose), extra virgin olive oil, salt, yeast], tomato pulp, mozzarella: (pasteurized milk, salt, rennet, lactic cultures), sunflower seed oil, oregano, flavours.
Made only of naturally gluten free ingredients, specifically formulated for people intolerant to gluten.

Preparation: let the pizza defrost for 15 minutes in the provided dish. Alternatively, let the pizza defrost in a microwave oven by selecting the “defrost” function for 4-5 minutes (in this case remove the pizza from the provided aluminium dish). Heat the oven until you reach the maximum temperature (250 °C/482F - 280°C/536F); remove the pizza from the transparent packaging and place it on the oven rack at mid-height for 4-6 minutes or until the mozzarella has melted. The cooking time may vary depending on the oven characteristics, it is therefore recommended to check that the product is cooked as desired.


Nutritional values for 100g/3.53 oz. of product
Energy value kcal 212
kj 889
Fats ….. 0.19 oz.
of which fatty acids ….. 0.11 oz.
Carbohydrates ….. 1.06 oz.
of which sugars ….. 0.08 oz.
Fibres ….. 0.09 oz.
Proteins ….. 0.37 oz.
Salt ….. 0.01 oz.



Pizza cherry tomatoes and basil

14.11 oz. - Frozen

Ingredients: Base [gluten-free powder mix: (corn starch, potato starch, rice starch, rice flour, skimmed milk powder, buckwheat flour, thickeners: psyllium seed fiber, E464 (hydrohypropyl methylcellulose), sugar) extra virgin olive oil,, salt, yeast], tomato pulp, mozzarella: (pasteurized milk, salt, rennet, lactic cultures), cherry tomatoes (9,8%), butter, parmesan cheese: (milk, salt, rennet, preservative: lysozyme egg protein), basil, garlic, sunflower seed oil, oregano, aromas. It may contain traces of: shellfish, soy, nuts (almonds, hazelnuts, pistachios), celery.
Made only of naturally gluten free ingredients, specifically formulated for people intolerant to gluten.

Preparation: let the pizza defrost for 15 minutes in the provided dish. Alternatively, let the pizza defrost in a microwave oven by selecting the “defrost” function for 4-5 minutes (in this case remove the pizza from the provided aluminium dish). Heat the oven until you reach the maximum temperature (250 °C/482F - 280°C/536F); remove the pizza from the transparent packaging and place it on the oven rack at mid-height for 4-6 minutes or until the mozzarella has melted. The cooking time may vary depending on the oven characteristics, it is therefore recommended to check that the product is cooked as desired.


Nutritional values for 100g/3.53 oz. of product
Energy value kcal 203
kj 849
Fats ….. 0.21 oz.
of which fatty acids ….. 0.11 oz.
Carbohydrates ….. 1.06 oz.
of which sugars ….. 0.08 oz.
Fibres ….. 0.08 oz.
Proteins ….. 0.26 oz.
Salt ….. 0.01 oz.



Rustic sicilian pizza

14.11 oz. - Frozen

Ingredients: Base [gluten-free powder mix: (corn starch, potato starch, rice starch, rice flour, skimmed milk powder, buckwheat flour, thickeners: psyllium seed fiber, E464 (hydrohypropyl methylcellulose), sugar) extra virgin olive oil,, salt, yeast], tomato pulp, onion, Sicilian Pecorino cheese: (goat milk, salt, pepper, rennet), olives, anchovies, cappers, sunflower seed oil, oregano, basil, flavours.
Made only of naturally gluten free ingredients, specifically formulated for people intolerant to gluten.

Preparation: let the pizza defrost for 15 minutes in the provided dish. Alternatively, let the pizza defrost in a microwave oven by selecting the “defrost” function for 4-5 minutes (in this case remove the pizza from the provided aluminium dish). Heat the oven until you reach the maximum temperature (250 °C/482F - 280°C/536F); remove the pizza from the transparent packaging and place it on the oven rack at mid-height for 4-6 minutes or until the mozzarella has melted. The cooking time may vary depending on the oven characteristics, it is therefore recommended to check that the product is cooked as desired.


Nutritional values for 100g/3.53 oz. of product
Energy Value kcal 249
kj 938
Fats ….. 0.24 oz.
of which fatty acids ….. 0.09 oz.
Carbohydrates ….. 1.04 oz.
of which sugars ….. 0.06 oz.
Fibres ….. 0.07 oz.
Proteins ….. 0.39 oz.
Salt ….. 0.02 oz.



Pizzolo broccolini and dried tomatoes

filled focaccia bread

16.75 oz. - Frozen

Ingredients: Base [gluten-free powder mix: (corn starch, potato starch, rice starch, rice flour, skimmed milk powder, buckwheat flour, thickeners: psyllium seed fiber, E464 (hydrohypropyl methylcellulose), sugar) extra virgin olive oil,, salt, yeast], broccolini (31%), Sicilian pecorino cheese (sheep milk, salt, pepper, rennet), dried tomatoes (6,5%), parmesan cheese (milk, salt, rennet, preservatives: lysozyme egg protein), sunflower seed oil, oregano, basil, garlic, flavours.
Made only of naturally gluten free ingredients, specifically formulated for people intolerant to gluten.

Preparation: let the pizzolo defrost for 15 minutes in the provided dish. Alternatively, let the pizzolo defrost in a microwave oven by selecting the “defrost” function for 4-5 minutes (in this case remove the pizza from the provided aluminium dish). Heat the oven until you reach the maximum temperature (250 °C/482F - 280°C/536F); remove the pizza from the transparent packaging and place it on the oven rack at mid-height for 4-6 minutes or until the mozzarella has melted. The cooking time may vary depending on the oven characteristics, it is therefore recommended to check that the product is cooked as desired.


Nutritional values for 100g/3.53 oz. of product
Energy value kcal 177
kj 743
Fats ….. 0.07 oz.
of which fatty acids ….. 0.02 oz.
Carbohydrates ….. 1.10 oz.
of which sugars ….. 0.05 oz.
Fibres ….. 0.08 oz.
Proteins ….. 0.32 oz.
Salt ….. 0.02 oz.



Pizzolo potatoes and bell pepper

filled focaccia bread

16.05 oz. - Frozen

Ingredients: Base [gluten-free powder mix: (corn starch, potato starch, rice starch, rice flour, skimmed milk powder, buckwheat flour, thickeners: psyllium seed fiber, E464 (hydrohypropyl methylcellulose), sugar) extra virgin olive oil, salt, yeast], potatoes (24%), bell pepper (6,5%), tomato pulp, smoked Provola cheese (cow milk, salt, rennet), parmesan cheese (milk, salt, rennet, preservatives: lysozyme egg protein), onion, sunflower seed oil, oregano, basil, aromas.
Made only of naturally gluten free ingredients, specifically formulated for people intolerant to gluten.

Preparation: let the pizzolo defrost for 15 minutes in the provided dish. Alternatively, let the pizzolo defrost in a microwave oven by selecting the “defrost” function for 4-5 minutes (in this case remove the pizza from the provided aluminium dish). Heat the oven until you reach the maximum temperature (250 °C/482F - 280°C/536F); remove the pizza from the transparent packaging and place it on the oven rack at mid-height for 4-6 minutes or until the mozzarella has melted. The cooking time may vary depending on the oven characteristics, it is therefore recommended to check that the product is cooked as desired.


Nutritional values for 100g/3.53 oz. of product
Energy value kcal 173
kj 723
Fats ….. 0.06 oz.
of which fatty acids ….. 0.01 oz.
Carbohydrates ….. 1.27 oz.
of which sugars ….. 0.03 oz.
Fibres ….. 0.08 oz.
Proteins ….. 0.11 oz.
Salt ….. 0.02 oz.


the Rustics

Always warm and fragrant with a heart rich of surprises

Complex and varie, the Sicilian cuisine is considered the richest in specialties and the most scenografic of Italy. Some of the most well known food, are The Rustics.
Among these, the Arancini have the place of honor, which are called "Arancine" in some areas of the western side of the island. It consists of a ball or cone of breaded fried rice, usually filled with ragù, peas and caciocavallo cheese or with small dices of cooked ham and mozzarella. The name come from the special shape and tipycal golden color, which makes it look like an orange.
Furthermore, during the religious holidays, the Sicilian streets - above all in the villages - are populated by culinary fairs where you can find every type of fritter both salty and sweet and anything that can be consumed in the street.

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the Sweets

They stimulate the palate with a combination of unique flavours and perfumes

In Sicily there are many sweets seen as typical. Indeed, when you say "cassata" the answer is Sicily. They all have very ancient origins attributed to Arab and Norman dominace for the introduction into the island of almonds and citrus fruits and to the Spanish dominance for the introduction of the "Bread of Spain" (sponge cake) and finally during the baroque period for the use of candied fruits. Least but not last the pistachio nut, in Sicilian it is called "frastuca", introduced from middle east, which is nowadays the very typical product of Sicily.
Those who dare to taste them can perceive the thin presence of a past time.

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the First Courses

Unmissable course in Sicilian cuisine

The tradition of pasta comes from two longliving cultures, which have developped this food during centuries in parallel but indipendent ways: the Italian culture in the West and The Chinese in the East. They both use different techniques for the production and preparation.
The most widespread pasta in the Western country is definitely the Italian pasta, which is cooked on a daily basis in Sicily, almost every day for lunch and rarely for dinner.
Sicilians consume pasta in many ways and with a variety of sauces, be it freshly home made or purchased ready to cook.

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the Bread

Basic element in the Silician culinary tradition

The habit of making the bread at home ("U Pani i Casa") is spread throughout all the Sicilian provinces, especially in the montain area. They use to season it, they call it "Pani Cunzatu" in Sicilian dialect, that is "Seasoned Bread". It is usually seasoned with extra virgin olive oil, salt and oregano. Bruschettas is a dish prepared with sliced bread, seasoned with fresh tomato, garlic and extra virgin olive oil as main ingredients.
Every corner of Sicily is able to surprise us with shapes and preparations very different from each other; the ingredients are always simple and genuine, the taste unique.

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