Tomato potage | Petti Tomato - Petti Recipes

All the goodness of tuscan tomatoes whit Max Mariola

Tomato potage | Petti Tomato - Petti Recipes
Tomato potage



about 1 hour


main course


4 people

"Il Delicato" Extra Fine sieved tomatoes - Petti Tomato
Il delicato
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Pour some oil into a deep casserole dish and sauté the onion, basil stems and garlic (which we will remove at the end).
Cut the bread into small cubes, soak in the vegetable stock and then fry with the onion in the casserole dish for 5 minutes.
Pour the tomato passata into the casserole dish and cook for approximately half an hour on a low heat. If the potage starts to look dry, add a little vegetable stock.
The bread is ready when it has the same consistency as a potage.
Add a few basil leaves and a drizzle of olive oil, then stir and serve.


400 g of stale bread
500 g of Petti extra fine sieved passata “Il delicato”
1 onion
2 cloves of garlic
a bunch of basil
extra-virgin olive oil
1 litre of vegetable stock (carrot, celery and onion)
salt and pepper