Queen of typical Piedmontese cuisine, bagna caoda is a sauce made with oil, garlic and anchovies.
Ready to heat, you can use it as a sauce for seasonal vegetables - both cooked and raw.
Ingredients: anchovies, sunflower oil, milk, cream (stabilizers: E466, E431, E407, emulsifiers: E471, modified starch), garlic, butter, vegetable fiber (bamboo), salt, natural flavors, preservative: E200, E202
- 120g jar in protective atmosphere
- Fish, milk, sulfites. Possible traces of gluten, molluscs, crustaceans, celery.
- In the refrigerator at 0°/+4°. After opening consume within 24 hours
- Nutritional table
- Average nutritional values per 100g of product
- Kj 734 | Kcal 177
- 14g of which saturated 2,6g
- 7,2g of which sugars 5,7g
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