I found a pasta sauce that collaborated with a Western-style mackerel can "Cava? Can" whose stylish package is eye-catching. "Sava can and olive oil pasta sauce" and "Sava can and lemon basil pasta sauce" released in March.
A pasta sauce that faithfully reproduces the deliciousness of mackerel cans by carefully soaking mackerel in olive oil. It's decided that it's delicious, so I tried it right away!
● Sava cans and olive oilA pasta sauce finished with the sweetness of slowly fried flavored vegetables, the umami of garlic, and the flavor of olive oil. Contains plenty of mackerel. The attached toppings are garlic, red pepper, and parsley.
Boiled noodles are entwined with garlic sauce and sprinkled with mackerel and toppings.
The richness of mellow olive oil and the crisp taste of chili peppers. The scent of garlic is appetizing. The umami of plump and greasy mackerel goes well with the peperoncino pasta that has a strong punch!
● Sava cans and lemon basilA refreshing pasta sauce made by adding lemon to a basil sauce made by combining domestic basil with cheese. First, entwin the boiled noodles with basil sauce and top with mackerel to finish.
The pasta is covered with olive oil and has a mellow taste. Lemon and basil have a refreshing scent the moment you sip. The plump mackerel flesh exudes umami the more you chew it, giving it a juicy feel like meat! Sometimes the soft bones accentuate the crispy texture.
I knew that it would be delicious to arrange mackerel cans into pasta, but I couldn't try it because I didn't know how to season it. However, this pasta sauce will give you a perfect taste, so you can feel like you are eating a little cafe rice.
One bag contains one meal, and the estimated price is 275 yen each (excluding tax). A part of these sales will be used for reconstruction support efforts in the Tohoku region.