Usually, one's cooking is better than one thinks it is. - Julia Child
We all want to become better cooks, but sometimes life gets in the way. Between work, family, kids, and community, there's lots of obligations that can take time away from making great food. It can feel like there's not enough time in the day, but delicious food doesn't need to be complicated. Bona Furtuna has a family of Italian seasonings that can elevate any dish and make you feel like a master chef. Add these four to your pantry and revel in the praise of your family and guests!
Like to spice things up? Our Aglio e Oglio is a perfect blend of parsley, dried red garlic, Calabria chile peppers, black pepper, and Trapani sea salt. It can be used in any dish to turn up the heat. Go traditional and mix it with oil and pasta, or use it as a memorable dipping oil with your favorite crusty Italian bread.
This sweet and savory blend is a go-to for any Italian sauce. We love using it on our homemade pizzas. This blend contains rosemary, oregano, dried basil, summer savory, marjoram, garlic, black pepper, cloves, sugar, and Trapani sea salt, it's got everything you need to turn a simple tomato sauce into something mouth-watering and delicious!
Wild Foraged Fennel Pollen is an incomparable addition to the pantry. It's a sweet, earthy, savory zing of flavor that elevates any dish. Half of the fun is asking yourself, "what else can I finish with Fennel Pollen?", and tasting the incredible dishes that result! Some of our tried-and-true uses include dusting chicken, salmon, pork, or porcini mushrooms before serving, but we don't want to limit you- this is one that is worth experimenting with and discovering exciting combinations!
- This refreshing Sicilian sea salt made with the essential oil of Sicilian lunario lemons can elevate any light chicken, seafood or vegetable dish. We love finishing our fish dishes with it, but it's great sprinkled on a salad or grilled asparagus as well.
You can buy batches of these seasonings as part of our Italian olive oil gift sets. Which Bona Furtuna seasonings have you tried and how do you like to use them? Let us know in the comments!
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