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This classic mix of Italian antipasti on top of homemade pizza dough is perfect for great al fresco dining.
Per serving: 849kcals, 43.5g fat (13.1g saturated), 28.1g protein, 84.7g carbs, 1.8g sugar, 2.4g salt
Cooking temperature: direct medium heat.
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Dear pusscat, passata is essentially made from puréed tomatoes which are then sieved to produce a thick sauce. It can be bought in supermarkets in tins or cartons and is a very useful store cupboard ingredient. A tin of tomatoes, even whizzed up in a food processor, will probably be too runny, and tomato purée too rich for many to use as a base, so we'd recommend you buy some passata. Regards, Debra, web editor
Please tell me what is passata (your current recipe for Spinach, Parmesan and sausage Cannelloni). Is there an alternative?
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