Caper Leaves

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$13.95 3.5oz (100g)

Caper Leaves 3.5oz (100g)

Caper leaves are an exclusive product much loved by Chefs, as they not only make a great condiment for fish, meat and salads, but also a beautiful garnishment for any savory dish. I Contadini caper leaves are thin and crisp, with a delicate caper taste that doesn't overpower other flavors. Packed in extra virgin olive oil, these caper leaves are ready to use as an attractive and interesting addition to a multitude of dishes. Caper leaves can be mixed into salads, soups, stews, tomato sauces and braised beans dishes as well as added to fish, seafood, chicken, pork and lamb, thanks to their delicate but rich flavor.

I Contadini caper leaves come from the same caper plants that were recognized a full first place by the Gambero Rosso Guide in 2020.

About I Contadini

I Contadini are located in Ugento, in the Salento area of Puglia. Edoardo, Emanuele and Gianna are the three Trentin siblings who grow, harvest, transform and prepare lots of vegetables, according to the strong traditions that are deeply rooted in the area. A childhood spent in the sunlit fields, where their grandpa Fiumano grew capers. Three very different siblings, united by a big dream. They have love for the land in their blood; they get up when it’s still dark, following nature’s rhythms, the seasons, and without ever losing their smile - an element that is as essential as water. Fresh and healthy are words that have true meaning for them: hard work, respect for people and nature, a love for simplicity and wholesomeness. Colors, flavors, and the intense emotions of those who know how to wait and who cultivate hope and passion. 

Ingredients: caper leaves, extra virgin olive oil, apple cider vinegar, sugar, whole salt, lemon juice.

Storage: store in a cool, dry place away from light and direct heat. 

Weight: 3.5oz (100g)

Product of Italy

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