Amatriciana" will be available at Saizeriya from October 12. This traditional pasta dish is said to have originated in Amatrice, a town near Rome, and is made with "guanciale", "pecorino romano" and tomato sauce.
AmatricianaAmatriciana, a traditional pasta said to have originated in Amatrice, a town near Rome, is now available for a limited time only. The authentic taste of "guanciale," which is made by salting pork hock, covering it with pepper and other spices and herbs, aging and drying it for several weeks, and "pecorino romano," a cheese made from sheep's milk, are combined with a tomato sauce that goes well with it. The dish is served with a tomato sauce that goes well with the dish.
Priced at 500 yen (tax included), it will be available until mid-November.
On January 8, 2022, the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of Japan (MAFF) imposed a temporary suspension of imports of pork from Italy due to a confirmed outbreak of African swine fever (ASF) among wild boars in Italy. The Italian guanciale to be used this time is a product purchased before the measures were taken. Quantities are limited.