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Artichoke Paté

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This Artichoke Paté is a solution simple but savoury, for dressing croutons or cook tasty vegetarian sauces containing the intense flavour of the artichokes. Essentially made with artichokes, white wine and extra virgin olive olive, Artichoke Paté is a perfect aperitif and ideal for picnics, to stuff sandwiches with meat or cheese, for filling tomatoes and many other tasty combinations you can dare.


Type:  Artichoke Sauce
Producer: Villa Ugolini
Made in: Marche (Italia)
Net Weight: 200 g 

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The Artichokes pâté of Villa Ugolini is obtained by boiling the artichoke hearts in water and salt and lemon and a teaspoon of peppercorns . Once drained, the artichokes are blended with a clove of garlic, white wine and a bit of butter and oil, just enough to get a creamy mixture.

The company Villa Ugolini is a corner of the Marche where past and present meet; the building in which many culinary excellences are prepared has a long tradition and its history dates back to 1600, when it was built by the Ugolini family, and was owned by it until  1991, when it was sold to the current owners Pierino Angelucci and Raffaela Rango, thanks to the bonds of affection and friendship that since several generations linked the two families. The two owners produce with passion and dedication many original products of the Marche, the numerous types of crescia and the most original fruit and vegetable preserves.

General Information: Sauces and creams allow amalgamating different foods, making them more compact and homogeneous. They are used to accompany meat, fish and vegetables or spread on bread or directly to season pasta. How to eat: As food accompaniment, you should pour sauce directly on the meal, at the preferred temperature, or spread it on toasted bread. As seasoning for pasta, you have to heat the sauce in a pan, wait until it starts simmering, and turn off the stove. Add drained pasta to the hot sauce and sauté in the pan over low heat for a few minutes. It can be dressed with a drizzle of olive oil.

Artichokes, white wine, extra virgin olive oil, butter, salt, pepper, garlic, lemon.

For a tasty and delicious picnic on Sunday, prepare sandwiches with Artichokes Paté and a few slices of Prosciutto Crudo; not take much to turn the day!!