Seasoned with white pepper and piri-piri, the condiment of this pâté, made with olive oil, tomato and vinegar, offers a slightly spicy version of the sardine pâté. Try pairing it with cottage cheese and you are ready to mend fences with your neighbor.
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About Jose Gourmet
Jose Gourmet combs the coasts of Portugal and Spain to find seafood of distinction. The quality of their products is the raison d’être of their company. But this quality does not exist on its own. They believe in the principles of fair trade, often paying in advance and never negotiating for better pricing. The artwork of Luis Mendonça on the packaging is meant to pay homage to the these fishermen and canneries who rely on manpower and life long dedication to their trade.
We have another version of the tuna pâté. For this version, we take the usual...
Jose Gourmet's small sardines are fished in the Atlantic and Mediterranean oceans and bring alone all...
This tuna is hand caught in the Galician Rias, Spain. 'Ventresca' refers to the belly...