As well as bruschetta and all types of pasta, it can be used to dress steak tartare, carpaccio, pizza, focaccia and in panini. You can serve it with raw or boiled vegetables, mozzarella, fresh cheeses, tuna and salads. It adds flavour to minestrone and vegetable soups. Its name comes from the simple ingredients (in Italian “povera” means poor), which are barely cooked and therefore rich in flavour and aroma.
Ingredients: Tomatoes, Extra virgin olive oil, Basil, Lemon, Garlic, Salt of Trapani I.G.P., Oregano.