vegetables in oil

Vegetables in oil

Assortment also includes vegetables in extra virgin oil. These delights are available in nine flavors: grilled artichokes, grilled eggplants,  dried tomatoes, filled spicy peppers, olives,  peppers. Vegetables in oil are traditionally made: fresh vegetables are salted and sundried. Depending on the recipe, they are flavored with spices or simply scalded or grilled. The vegetables are eventually dipped into extra virgin olive oil.
Vegetables in oil can be used to prepare colored appetizers and typical Italian specialties, such as bruschettas and frisellas.

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Chillies with anchovy
These are small chili peppers that are stuffed with tuna, anchovies, capers and parsley.Are free of preservatives and artificial coloring. Serve these little fish stuffed peppers as an appetizer or as part of a really elegant antipasto.
Dry tomatoes
Cultivated in the countryside of Sicily, dried tomatoes are handpicked, hand washed, and hand selected ensuring quality, flavour, ripeness, and good colour. After the selection process, the finest tomatoes are then partially dried and packaged with oil, ensuring the product is free from any commercial, chemical, or pasteurized processes.
Wild Asparagus in Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Asparagus is particularly appreciated for its fleshy and firm texture. Its sweet and sour flavour and delicate aroma make them unique. Preserved in Extra Virgin Olive Oil.
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Black Olive Pate
This is a superb, traditional southern Italian black olive paté prepared by artisan expert The olives are expertly blended with local herbs, spices and a hint of chilli.

Pate Olive White
You can add these pates to salads, pastas, pizzas or use them to go with vegetables, fish or white meat. As part of vinaigrette, its an original new way of dressing a salad.
Pistachio Pesto with "Green Pistachio from Bronte D.O.P."
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Pistachio pesto is a high quality artisan product with 60% of "Pistachio Verde di Bronte D.O.P.".It is ideal for seasoning first courses and second courses of meat. Also excellent to spread or on a slightly soft cheese for an aperitif.
Artichokes in oil
The artichoke, in the dialect cacuocciula, is a typical Mediterranean plant and finds its ideal habitat in Sicily. Famous is the festival of Cerda, a town where there is also a monument dedicated to the artichoke.