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When thinking of an Italian pantry, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? Freshly canned tomatoes, natch! But in addition to our belovedg̶r̶a̶v̶y̶ tomato sauce, there are a few pantry staples that every eye-talian pantry must have. Start building your Italian pantry with the following items:
Stocking An Italian Pantry: The Staples
Fun fact: With one serving clocking in at 12.5 grams of fiber and 14.5 grams of protein, Ceci beans are a proverbial superfood! They help to increase satiety, boost digestion, keep blood sugar levels stable and increase protection against disease.
Have you ever tried growing an herb garden of your own? Growing your own fresh herbs is cheap and easy and can be done indoors, any time of year. Grab a pot like this, and some herbs like this, and some potting soil like that, and you’ll be well on your way to yummy herbal goodness in no time!
Now that you’ve stocked your Italian pantry, how about throwing together a simple and delicious recipe? Pair Garlic Shrimp and Sundried Tomatoes With Spaghetti with some crusty Italian bread and a nice Pinot Grigio, and let me know what time’s dinner.
View recipe on Kulinarian.com