Saveurade Assisi 250ml/8.4fl oz

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This marinade's Italian touch is excellent for the preparation of a large variety of dishes due to the flavors of basil, onion, and garlic. A little of this Saveurade goes a long way. With one tablespoon you can prepare 100 gram of fish or meat, which is a great combination with Saveurade Assisi. But there are much more possibilities.

For a delicious dressing for Carpaccio or a caprese salad, mix 1 tablespoon of marinade with 3 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil and 1 tablespoon of vinegar. Also delicious; a soup with 3 portions of broth and 1 portion of cream and some Saveurade to your own taste. With 1 to 2 tablespoons and 100 gram butter you easily prepare a delicious herb butter. Use the Saveurade on pizza crust and cover the pizza with goat cheese, sundried tomatoes and rucola.

The Saveurade Assisi is one of three delicious culinary marinades, exclusively available at Oil & Vinegar. Also try the Saveurade Sevilla with peppers, tomatoes and onion or the Fréjus with garlic, parsley and onion. All equally irresistible!

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SKU 65165
Ingredients fully hardened rapeseedoil, parsley, glucose syrup, salt, onion (6%), basil (5%), garlic (5%), stock powder (salt, hydrolysed rapeseed protein, potato starch, sugar, flavour, maltodextrin, sunflower oil, laurel, clove, turmeric) natural garlic flavour, anti-caking agent: silicon dioxide, rosemary, oregano, natural onion flavouring.
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This product contains:
Nutritional Table US
Value per 15.00 ML
Unitspec 1 TBSP
Standaards per container 17 PCS
Calories 110 CAL
Calories from fat 100 CAL
Total Fat 11.0 G
Saturated Fat 0.8 G
Trans Fat 0.0 G
Cholesterol 0 MG
Sodium 590 MG
Total carbohydrate < 1 G
Dietary fiber < 1.0 G
Sugars 0.0 G
Protein 0.0 G
Vitamin A 0 %
Vitamin C 0 %
Calcium 0 %
Iron 0 %
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