(FROZEN・ADDITIVE-FREE) BASIL PESTO 200g

(FROZEN・ADDITIVE-FREE) BASIL PESTO 200g
SKU PI050
Contents about 200g
unit price ¥455 / per 100g
¥910
OR

Labeling Information

country of origin USA
ingredients basil, canola oil, parmesan cheese, garlic, salt, (includes some dairy)
PACKAGING AND HANDLING Keep Frozen at -18 degrees C

Allergy Reference

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DESCRIPTION

A traditional Pesto Genovese sauce with a blend of freshly picked basil, garlic, canola oil and parmesan cheese.
The refreshing aroma of basil, savory flavor of garlic, and rich cheese flavor will definitely fire up your appetite.
Making basil pesto from scratch can be difficult and time-consuming plus, it isn't always easy to get your hands on the freshest ingredients...
With this baby, all you gotta do is thaw and it'll be ready to use! SOOO EASY!
Use it on pizza, pasta, sandwiches, meat/fish sauce to add a bit of flavor into your everyday meals.
The seasoning used on this pesto is only salt (plus salt from the cheese), so it's also perfect to use as a base for original homemade sauces.
Freeze immediately after making original sauces to lock in the fresh aroma, flavor and color. Enjoy delicious pesto all year round!
100% additive-free, preservative-free and without using any artificial food coloring.

※Consume as soon as possible after thawing.

SERVING SUGGESTIONS

When in doubt---stick to the classics!
Toss the basil pesto sauce with some fettucine or other pastas for a quick classic pasta al pesto.

Here are some other ideas to get the juices flowing:
●Grilled chicken, steak marinade...
●Drizzle over salmon or scallops
●Knead into bread dough to make original homemade bread!
●Spread over French bread before placing in the oven for basil-flavored garlic toast.
●Twice-baked potatoes with basil pesto and sour cream
●Mushroom & pesto filled omelette

Expand your repertoire of dishes with this authentic-tasting basil pesto ♪♪

ARMANINO

Armanino Foods

In the latter half of the 1800s, the Armanino family traveled from the Genoa in northern Italy to California, USA bringing with them a little taste of Italy.
For many years, they have been dedicated to producing fresh herbs and vegetables. In 1987, they founded Armanino Foods in San Francisco.
Now, they are the leading supplier of frozen pestos in the United States.
Armanino's products fit perfectly into our modern lifestyle, giving us the opportunity to taste traditional Italian flavors without the hassle of having to make it from scratch.
Armanino Foods always use carefully selected raw materials, are manufactured with the highest priority on quality control, and meet all the industry standards of USDA (US Department of Agriculture) and FDA (US Food and Drug Administration). HACCP is also flawless.

THAWING

Transfer the amount that you will consume in a separate container and thaw it in the refrigerator.
Thawing the whole pack/cup in the fridge takes about 8-9 hours.
If you are in a hurry, ice water thawing is also a safe option. This should take about an hour.
※Please avoid thawing at room temperature.

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