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Penne with Tomato & Sweet Pepper Sauce (Penne Saporite “Il Frantoio”)

September/October 1995

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Several of Apulia's ancient agricultural estates have been restored to their former grandeur and now welcome guests for meals or overnight stays. Il Frantoio (“the olive press”) near Ostuni is a delightful example.


Penne with Tomato & Sweet Pepper Sauce (Penne Saporite “Il Frantoio”) Recipe

1 Review for Penne with Tomato & Sweet Pepper Sauce (Penne Saporite “Il Frantoio”)

01/28/2013
Anonymous
great taste, small quantity

So, if you like a saucy pasta, make more sauce or use less pasta. For a more complete meal, grill or broil some chicken breast and dice, then add to sauce. Adjust amount of red pepper according to taste. Shredded cheese on top will mute the spiciness.

The taste is terrific and appeals to kids who don't like chunks.
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