At Yummy Bazaar, we’re determined to supply you with authentic international flavors for crafting scrumptious delights worth every chef’s kiss! And we know just how much you adore Italian cuisine - a guarantee of good spirits and lots of laughter around the table! To ensure the incomparable joy of full belly and delightful aftertaste, at Yummy Bazaar, you can get your hands on the best Italian products to embellish your dishes - all that thanks to one and only San Nicola dei Miri! Sourcing all its ingredients from the Campania region, San Nicola dei Miri is a decadent bouquet of Italian culinary traditions. Masterfully capturing their true essence in elegant jars, San Nicola dei Miri products will become your pantry staple after the initial taste!
With us, you can get your hands on San Nicola dei Miri yellow cherry tomatoes, luscious Italian Piennolo tomatoes! These small San Nicola dei Miri tomatoes are grown near Mt. Vesuvius, so they’re packed with natural goodness coming from rich volcanic soils! These Italian yellow cherry tomatoes are thin-skinned but tender to the touch, so they’re perfect for making your pasta sauce at home by simply cooking them in their juice, blending, and drizzling over your pasta! However, San Nicola dei Miri pomodorinis can be enjoyed on their own just fine; they make the most delicious and juicy snack, especially when paired with cheese, so make sure you order enough and nibble away!
And if you find yourself out of yellow pomodorini (since they’re so unbelievably yummy, no one will blame you), you can still save your pasta from going bland and dry. With San Nicola dei Miri passata, your bowl of Bucatini will be perfectly flavorful! Italian tomato passata, or tomato puree, is an absolute pantry staple in every household for a good reason - it’s incredibly versatile in its application: you can use it for your tomato soup or as a pizza sauce, maybe even a dip for your fries! So make sure to keep it at hand and experiment! Once you give this aromatic delight a taste, you’ll be saying: “Grazie, Nicola!”