Maccheroni al torchio 240gr

Swordfish sauce 240gr

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  • 1 COOKING PAN
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  • 1 WOODEN SPOON
  • 1 SERVING DISH
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Spelt macaroni with swordfish ragu and lemon zest
Spelt macaroni with swordfish ragu and lemon zest

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Summary
    Main Dishes

    Spelt macaroni with swordfish ragu and lemon zest

    Cooking time 15 min

    History

    Swordfish ragu is one of the oldest Sicilian recipes. As early as 2 AD historian Polibio wrote about fishing swordfish in the Sicilian sea and since that time Sicilians have embraced this versatile fish in their cuisine. Sicily has a range of recipes for swordfish with different regions, such as Palermo and Messina, cooking the fish in way that is uniquely their own. The spelt macaroni and swordfish ragu recipe prepares the fish in the same way as its meatier ragu relative. As a result, a sauce is produced that couples perfectly with the spelt macaroni. Spelt wheat is thought to have been originated from the Mediterranean and the Caucasus and was brought across by the Romans. By delving into this traditional dish you will be savouring something ancient, delicious and unique from the Sicilian isles. You won’t regret it!
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    • Ingredients
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    • Nutrition
    • Ingredients

    • Energy Kj
      2,361g
      Energy Kcal
      565g
      total Fat
      32.60g
      Saturated Fat
      4.80g
      Carbohydrate
      46.30g
      Sugars
      3.30g
      Protein
      20.40g
      Sodium
      1.82g
      Energy Kj
      2,833g
      Energy Kcal
      678g
      total Fat
      39.12g
      Saturated Fat
      5.76g
      Carbohydrate
      55.56g
      Sugars
      3.96g
      Protein
      24.48g
      Sodium
      2.18g
      Remember that you will cook this recipe at home and that ingredients are subject to natural variation hence nutritional information is approximated.