Pietro Zetsubou Spaghetti
This pasta sauce is produced by the popular restaurant "Pietro", which has been operating throughout Japan since its establishment in 1980 in an alley in Tenjin 3-chome, Fukuoka City. The name comes from the restaurant's popular sardine and savory vegetable peperoncino, which is "delicious even when you are in despair. This dish is made with Japanese sardines, which are known for their tenderness, and a generous amount of small chopped savory vegetables. Japanese sardines are used because of their tenderness. The sauce has a strong aroma and flavor, so the deliciousness and aroma of the sardines are also blended into the sauce.
Vegetables (onions (domestic), carrots, celery), edible vegetable oil and fat, fried Japanese pilchard fillets, dried tomatoes in oil, garlic, olives, salt, kelp tea, black pepper, red pepper, thyme/seasoning (amino acid, etc.), thickener (processed starch), (some soybeans included)