Toppings for sweet peas pasta

After tasting it, you will no longer live without it: we are talking about sweet peas pasta, made with only organic sweet peas flour, free of GMOs, additives, preservatives or emulsifiers. A vegan product, available from the Le Celizie e-shop, perfect for those who follow a gluten free diet. This pasta is bronze drawn to obtain a rough surface; while the drying process gives it its characteristic opaque color, which also makes it more digestible.

The properties of sweet peas pasta

The sweet peas pasta comes from the processing of organic sweet peas flour, a product rich in good nutrients. It is no coincidence that among the many properties of sweet peas pasta we can mention the high concentration of carbohydrates, proteins, phosphorus and calcium, as well as vitamin B9, potassium and fiber. This helps the intestine’s well-being, as well as the body’s ability to purify itself of toxins. For all these reasons sweet peas are true friends of the body!

Toppings for sweet peas pasta

Sweet peas pasta does not require special condiments to fully bring out its flavor. It can be seasoned with very simple sauces, depending on your taste and taking into account any food intolerances. You can play with color contrasts, if you want to bring to the table a dish that is not only good but also aesthetically appetizing, or you can play with textures, perhaps placing your sweet peas pasta on top of mashed potatoes. In short, there are no limits to creativity!

Le Celizie recommends a super easy recipe that fully enhance the taste of sweet peas pappardelle. Take a non-stick pan, pour a drizzle of oil and add a finely chopped shallot. Add some cubes of smoked bacon and leave to flavor. As soon as they become crunchy, set them aside. Meanwhile, bring a pot of lightly salted water to boiling point, and cook the sweet peas pasta according to the time printed on the package. Drain and combine with the bacon and shallot mix, season with salt and pepper and serve hot. If you love cheese, you can enrich the dish with a sprinkling of grated pecorino, and nothing else!