Salty biscuits with anchovies and onion is the result of the work of the talented chef Cesare Veronesi and the pastry chef Matteo Concolato. They are inspired by traditional Venetian recipes: Of bigoli in sauce.
There is something special in every traditional recipe. Bigoli in sauce is a Venetian dish that is just as suspended between land and sea as the city where it was invented. "Bigoi" are part of the country tradition, hearty and energetic, they were combined with lagoon anchovies for their natural sapidity. This rustic meal is nowadays an essential element in gourmet cuisine.
Ingredients: Durum wheat semolina 24.4%, corn starch, margarine (vegetable fats and oils (shea butter, sunflower high protein), water, emulsifier: mono and diglycerides of fatty acids, concentrated lemon juice, natural flavouring), anchovy fillets 13.5%, pasteurised whole fresh eggs, wheat flour type 00, anchovy oil (sunflower oil), dehydrated onion powder, salt, black pepper, raising agents (disodium diphosphate, sodium hydrogen carbonate, starch).
The product represents an excellence of the territory certified 100% Made in Italy.
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