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Bongiovi Arrabbiata Sauce a spicy kick

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Bongiovi Arrabbiata Sauce a spicy kick: the art of Italian seasoning.

Our Bongiovi Arrabbiata Sauce is a passionate homage to Italian cuisine. With sun-ripened tomatoes, garlic and two different types of pepper as well as olive oil, it conjures up a slightly fiery taste explosion on your plate. The perfect balance between spicy and aromatic gives pasta and pizza and other dishes a distinctive touch. Made according to a traditional recipe without artificial additives, this sauce offers an authentic culinary experience. Easy to prepare and versatile to use - Arrabbiata Sauce is a must for anyone looking for the spice of life in their kitchen. Give your meals the spirited taste of Italy with our Bongiovi Arrabbiata Sauce and discover the art of spicy pleasure in every bite.

Spicy Arrabbiata: With a pleasant spiciness and intense aromas – ideal for lovers of spicy sauces.

Arrabbiata ein pikanter Kick
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• Gluten-free

• Without flavor enhancers

• Natural ingredients

• Aromatic taste

• Quickly prepared

After opening Store in the refrigerator and use within 3 days.

All ingredients come from Sicily: sun-ripened tomatoes, onions, extra virgin olive oil, garlic, basil, salt, parsley, oregano.

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