Fresh lampascioni from the gardener, you can receive them directly at home the price refers to the Kg.
“Lampascioni” wild onions in oil
Lampascioni are small delicious onions typical of the Apulian tradition. In Puglia there is never a shortage: the ones we offer here are prepared exactly as per tradition and then potted for you, so that you can enjoy all the authenticity of Apulian flavors wherever you are, in any season of the year.
- Origin area
- Lecce / Salento
- GMO Free
- Handmade product
- Preservatives used
- Organic farming
- Lampascioni (65%), Olio Extravergine Di Oliva (30%), Sale Alimentare, Zucchero, Aceto Di Vino, Miscela Di Piante Aromatiche (semi finocchio, origano, peperoncino, aglio). Correttore acidità, acido citrico.
- Suitable for
- 280 gr
- Short production line / 0 Km
- Laterradipuglia Conserve
They are wild greens and grow at 5-10 cm under the soil. They
can’t be cultivated and their presence on our tables is possible
only thanks to the farmers that collect them digging the
ground with a hoe. We buy these greens from them. It is very
important to wash them well and carefully. After the washing,
we scald them in water and wine-vinegar. Then, we start to
clean them by hand with a small knife. The cleaning consists in
removing the external part in order to arrive to the core of the
vegetables. This process requires a lot of time, great care and
patience. In the end they are put in extra-fine-olive-oil and
seasoned with fresh mint and hot chili pepper.
In our dialect they are called “pampasciuni”. They are often
used as hors-d’oeuvre. They have a singular taste and are very
crackling. Southern housewives use them to prepare delicious
omelettes or potato-salads.
16 other product:
The cherry-peppers have a round shape. They are cultivated
in the month of May and are picked by hand in the end of
August, when they are completely red.
The long tomatoes are cultivated in April and May and
are picked by hand in July and August. All the phases are
processed inside our farm. Once picked, they are washed,
selected, cut, laid on desiccation frames, salted e put in the
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The hot peppers are cultivated in open field between the
end of May and the beginning of June. The picking, between
August and October, requires more steps because of the
peculiarities of this plant.
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Small, tender and appetizing, these artichokes are an
autochthon variety named “brindisino”. The cultivation starts
in the beginning of October and the picking in April. The fresh
artichokes end their working process within eight hours of
being picked. PACKAGE of 8/10 pieces
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It is oval, quite large, of a beautiful intense and shiny green. On the palate it is savory, fleshy and juicy. La Bella di Cerignola is a typical cultivar of the homonymous area; olives are not used for oil, but are table olives. Natural fermentation for six months with salt. PRODUCT WITHOUT VINEGAR
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