Fee Pomodorini, or sun dried cherrytomato  is one of the most important and traditional ingredients in typical Sicilian cuisine. And no wonder, as sun dried tomatoes were first created on the tile roofs of Italian country houses, as a way to store fresh tomatoes for the winter period. When mixed up with natural extra virgin olive oil, some salt and other natural flavourings, you will come up with an excellent addition to bruschettas, salads, meat and naturally - various pasta dishes.

Ingredients: Sun dried tomatoes 65%, salt, natural flavorings and extra virgin olive oil.

Origin: Sicily, Ragusa. Almost all ingredients in Fee pasta sauces and antipasti come from Sicily, the area of Ragusa, which is famous for large-scale cultivation and hundreds of small, privately owned vegetable and fruit plantations. This southern part of Sicily is considered to be a true agricultural heaven, thanks to excellent geographical position and other important conditions - warm Mediterranean climate, protective hills and air, with a perfect level of humidity.

Health: Tomatoes are packed with various vitamins. They contain lycopene, an antioxidant that helps reduce your risk for cardiovascular disease and cancer. Tomatoes have many other nutrients as well, including vitamin C, potassium and foliate. Another positive fact is that they contain a lot of vitamin B, which helps to build and maintain cells.

Use: Fee Pomodoro Capuliato is excellent with bruschettas, salads and meat dishes. Acts as a perfect condiment for pasta dishes and as a nice addition to pistachio pesto with sautéed-smoked ham.