Made of fresh Mediterranean onions, garlic and tomatoes
Sweet, intense sauce for use in a wide variety of dishes
The perfect base for your pasta
350 grams - easy to open and store pack
Imported directly from the factory with long shelf life
Orlando Tomato Frito is one of the most iconic ingredients found in Spain. The brand is so well known that it is often referred to as a generic term for any tomato frito sauce. However, this original Orlando Tomato Frito is an intense, sweet tomato sauce made from fried tomatoes, fresh garlic and onions that preserves the nutritious richness of the ingredients and will give much more flavour to dishes than either tinned tomatoes or Italian passata. It is gluten and additive-free, made only from locally sourced tomatoes from la Rioja amp; Navarra close to where the factory is located. It is perfect to be used as a "sofrito" base for paella or to accompany numerous pasta dishes, fish or use it to enhance chilli con carne, bolognese, casseroles etc. It is an essential ingredient found in nearly every Spanish store cupboard is always there when you need it. Ingredients: Tomatoes ( 160g for 100g of tomato frito), Sunflower Oil (3.4%). fried onions, fresh garlic, sugar, modified maize starch, salt.
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