You will fall madly in love at the first taste of this yellow tomato sauce.

Let me tell you for a moment about the BOLDINO Yellow Datterino tomato!

You may have tasted a tomato before, but have you tried a SiPomodoro tomato? Eating a common tomato bought on an anonymous similar shelf among many is like kissing a guy you like in high school. Eating a SiPomodoro family tomato is like kissing the man of your dreams, on a bed of roses, in Paris, under the stars. Their flavor makes your knees weak and you’ll never look at an average tomato again.

You might roll your eyes at my theatrical description. If you do, you’ve never had a love affair like SiPomodoro tomatoes are.

How To Prepare Fresh Botterino Yellow Datterino Sauce

Ingredients for 4 people

1Kg Datterino Giallo Boldino SiPomodoro
1/2 yellow onion, diced
5 minced garlic cloves
1 pinch of red pepper flakes
50 ml extra virgin olive oil
1 bay leaf
2 sprigs of fresh basil Sapori del Mio Orto
320 gr Spaghetti
Salt and black pepper


In a saucepan, sauté the onion in extra virgin olive oil until it becomes translucent then add the garlic and cook for a few more seconds. Add the Yellow Datterini tomatoes, salt and bay leaf to the pan. Cook until the tomatoes release their juices. At this point, cook without a lid and remove the bay leaf. Transfer the contents of the pan to the blender, add 50 ml of extra virgin olive oil and blend until you get a fresh and velvety tomato sauce. Cook the spaghetti in plenty of salted water, keeping it al dente, drain and season with the Botterino tomato sauce, finish the recipe with a generous grind of black pepper and basil leaves.

Recipe made by Florentina

Suggestions and variations

How long does the fresh sauce last in the refrigerator?
– When stored in an airtight container, this sauce recipe will last up to 5 days.

Can fresh tomato sauce be frozen?
– You can safely freeze in an airtight container for up to 4 months.

Can I make it with other cherry tomatoes?
– That would be a delightful choice. We suggest the Ciliegino Botterino for their juiciness and exceptional flavor.

Should I peel the tomatoes?
– No, leave that skin where it is, it’s all well-being.

Do I need tomato paste or sugar?
– No to both of them! Both are useless with SiPomodoro due to the high natural concentration of Umami.


Lightness, Freshness and Refined Playfulness

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