The main ingredient of the famous recipe for mashed broad beans, often served together with a rich side of chicory, are these peeled broad beans. Very simple to prepare, irresistible to taste.
Paparina (wild vegetable) from Salento
Deliciously savory and rustic, the wild "paparine" are spontaneous herbs typical of Puglia. Coming from the poppy plant, they abound in the Apulian fields in spring and are very popular with everyone, young and old. Their collection, as well as their preparation and cooking, require a little patience. That's why we have decided to make them available to everyone and to shorten the time
- Origin area
- Lecce / Salento
- GMO Free
- Handmade product
- Organic farming
- Prodotto senza ACETO
- Paparina 70%, sunflower oil, pitted celline olives, extra virgin olive oil, black celline olives, garlic, hot pepper, salt.
- 280 gr
- Short production line / 0 Km
- Laterradipuglia Conserve
16 other product:
From the marriage of love between the best Apulian red onions and the excellent Negroamaro wine, an excellent product that naturally speaks Apulian. Two extraordinary Apulian flavors ready to give the palate a moment of real pleasure.
A native Apulian variety cultivated in particular in the areas of Bitetto, Bitonto, Bitritto, Grumo Appula, Modugno, Palo del Colle, Sannicandro di Bari, Toritto. Natural fermentation for six months with salt. PRODUCT WITHOUT VINEGAR
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.
Good to taste and beautiful to look at, these natural stemmed artichokes are ideal for creating a choreographic Italian-style appetizer. You can enjoy them every day as an accompaniment to meat or fish dishes, or even open them at the right time, on the occasion of the arrival of guests or to decorate some particularly elegant dish.
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.
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
The greens in this dried hors-d’oeuvre are cultivated in open
field from April to May and are picked by hand from June to
September. they are washed, selected, cut into large slices,
put on desiccation frames and laid in the sun for 3-4 days.
A "condifrisa" with a decidedly Mediterranean flair based on tender semi-dried tomatoes, olives, capers and other typically Apulian ingredients. The result is a creamy product that is excellent to spread or to use in the kitchen with imagination.
Many tasty and crunchy artichokes in the best Apulian extra virgin olive oil and a light aroma of rosemary, ready to appear on your table, accompanying grilled, fish dishes, or as a simple and light side dish in full Apulian style.
They are cultivated in open field in the month of May and
picked by hand in August and September. They are washed,
selected, peeled, cut in thin strips and laid to mature under
The "Puntarelle" are the heart of the CATALONIAN CHICORY, a typical salad of our territory. We sow in October and harvest the vegetable between January and February. Our women defoliate the plant and manually cut the "scatuni", ie the shoots.
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
A classic protagonist of the Apulian table is the artichoke, which is traditionally harvested in March - April and which never fails on local tables. With this product we have thought of respecting its flavor and integrity, limiting ourselves to collecting it, peeling it and putting it into wedges for you in a very simple and delicate brine. A product that will win you over with its simplicity.
Capers are typical of the Salento landscape and of the country
tradition. During all the ‘900 whole families got up very early
in the morning and went to the countryside to pick the capers
up, one by one, from the low and bushy plants. In the ’70
the town of Racale was a leader in the production of capers.