Just in case you were wondering… Puttanesca sauce gets its name from the Neapolitan prostitutes who are said to have created the dish "Pasta alla puttanesca." The word "puttanesca" is derived from puttana, a colloquial term for 'prostitute.' It has been said that the women were always short on time and this dish was both quickly put together and easily made from items that most Italians would have on hand in their larder on any given day…think olives, capers, anchovies, tomatoes. Everything but the kitchen sink! This sauce is Gluten-Free!
- Lemon Chive Rooster Comb Puttanesca
- Pan-Seared Halibut with Creamy Asiago Polenta topped with Puttanesca Sauce
- To prepare, heat on a stovetop for 4-6 minutes (stirring occasionally) on low/medium heat or in a microwave (in a microwave safe container) on medium for 1-2 minutes. The sauce should be heated to 165 degrees Fahrenheit.
Plum Tomatoes, Onions, Green & Black Olives, Extra-Virgin Olive Oil, Red Peppers, Garlic, Tomato Paste (Tomatoes, Salt, Spices), Capers, Anchovy Paste, Spices.