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Italian cooking is never very complicated. It’s really about enhancing fresh food with natural, good ingredients. Hopefully this collection can help you do just that, all while making your life a little easier.
Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Finding true extra virgin olive oil can be hard. But we make it easy. Because you can be sure that Villa Cappelli is 100% extra virgin olive oil, cold-pressed and unfiltered with nothing but freshly crushed olives as an ingredient. It’s made with 100% Italian olives in Italy using authentic and certified Italian techniques and methods with no preservatives, colors, or chemicals of any kind.
The easiest bowl of pasta! Simmer 1 tablespoon in 1/2 cup of extra virgin olive oil while your pasta is cooking. Pour over 1/2 pound of cooked pasta and stir. Serves 2. Or use as a seasoning in any of your cooking.
An easy way to add that robust rosemary flavor without worrying about thorny leaves burning or changing the texture of your sauce. Great for seasoning just about any roast or fish. Great on vegetables, any sauce, soup, or stew. Add to bread or pasta dough for a truly delicious flavor.
Lemon Sea Salt
Infused with lemon zest, this lemon sea salt is an easy way to brighten up any dish. Use it to bring out the best in a simple piece of grilled fish, fresh seasonal vegetables, or roasted potatoes. Perfect on any salad.
Sun-Dried Tomato Spread
A super easy addition to any antipasti course or charcuterie board. It has all the delicious flavor of sun-dried tomatoes in the convenience of a spread, perfect on toast or crackers. Or use it in place of tomato paste in any of your favorite recipes.
Bay Leaf Powder
No more fishing out bay leaves before serving your favorite dish. This bay leaf powder makes it easy to add a ton of flavor as it blends right into all your recipes. A little goes a long way! Around 1/8 a tsp. equals one leaf, so use sparingly.