Capers non pareilles, with vinegar
- These non-pareilles capers are wild, hand-picked in Safi on the West Coast of Morocco, and revered for their two-tone colour Storage condition: chilled
This variety contains beautiful little flecks of pink, lighter and darker green and purple, which just adds to the allure. The smallest of capers, which measures under 7mm, is considered “non-pareil,” which translates from French as “having no equal” therefore, they are the smallest, tastiest capers you are able to get. The caper bush is distantly related to the cabbage family and has pungent sulphur compounds, which dominate in the raw flower bud. The bud is preserved in various ways - in brine, in vinegar, dry-salted - and used as a sour-salty accent in sauces and dishes, especially with fish.
- An essential ingredient in Salsa Verde
- Used in tartar sauce
- Perfect with many fish dishes
- Fish cakes
- Potato salads
- Serve fried with carpaccio of beef
Storage Condition: Ambient, keep chilled once opened
Contains Sulphites <30ppm - see list of ingredients
Capers (contains salt) 100%, packed in: water, grape vinegar (contains <strong>SULPHITES</strong> <30ppm)
Keep Refrigerated. Keep under brine and consume within 2 months once opened.
Nutritional values per 100mls
|Energy||93.7 KJ / 22.5Kcal|
|Of which saturates||0.1|
|Of which sugars||0.1|
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REFUNDS AND RETURNS
REFUNDS AND RETURNS
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