What's better than a nice mixed legume soup to end a tiring day at work or to pamper yourself when it's a bit chilly? Here is our soup prepared with healthy legumes all grown according to the criteria of integrated agriculture and coming from the typical area of Zollino, in the province of Lecce.
Zuppa di cereali e legumi
A tasty and original mixed cereal soup with chickpeas, beans, broad beans, lentils and peas, rehydrated just like we would do at home and cooked with the addition of barley and spelled in a tasty onion-based sauce and Negroamaro wine.
A tasty and original mixed cereal soup with chickpeas, beans, broad beans, lentils and peas, rehydrated just like we would do at home and cooked with the addition of barley and spelled in a tasty onion-based sauce and Negroamaro wine. The result is a rich, healthy and above all tasty soup. The original idea of adding a drop of Negroamaro wine during cooking makes the product extraordinarily tasty and well balanced, with an unmistakable scent of Puglia that will conquer even the most demanding palates.
It is possible to taste the product after having heated it, with the addition of croutons and a drop of extra virgin olive oil, or at room temperature. If not finished, it can be kept in the fridge for a few days after opening.
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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.
These San Marzano plum tomatoes are grown in spring and harvested in summer within all the area of our farm. They are rinsed, selected, cut and arranged on special drying frames, then salted up and left under the sun rays until dry.
Beans are an important part of the poor gastronomic tradition not only in Puglia but throughout Italy. Here we offer you our delicious Apulian dried beans, good because they are grown and harvested according to nature.
The tradition relating to the habit of eating legumes is very rooted in Puglia and Salento, where it is customary to soak them the evening before their consumption and then cook them in a traditional terracotta pignata. The Land of Puglia shortens the time for you and offers you the same flavors of home ready to be opened, heated and tasted.
Beans are a very popular legume all over the world and highly appreciated for their excellent nutritional supply. They are rich in proteins and carbohydrates and lend themselves to creating many tasty recipes. We offer them in the “black eyes” variety, coming from Zollino and produced according to the criteria of integrated agriculture.
Caroselle are a typical specialty of Salento, it is a wild plant, they are the stems of the wild fennel flower and is widely used in the typical cuisine of Puglia and in particular of Salento.
A healthy and versatile food, peas cannot be missing in the weekly diet of the whole family. Their sweet taste and their creamy consistency make them very welcome even for children.
Broad beans are one of the most loved legumes by the Apulians and have, without any doubt, a leading role in regional gastronomy. These are the beans used to create the famous puree, usually served with chicory.
These white chickpeas with vegetables taste good and at home, which we offer you with pleasure as if you were a guest in our home. They are prepared following an ancient recipe that mothers and grandmothers have been handed down here in Puglia for generations and that still today they prepare as usual using the traditional terracotta pignata.
The mugnuli are a delicious vegetable typical of the province of Lecce and of all the Salento in general. Their flavor is delicate and very pleasant, not at all aggressive.
Cicerchie are an ancient legume (in fact it dates back to ancient Rome) which is part of the Traditional Italian Agri-food Products. It is a simple, poor but very tasty food. Excellent for creating tasty and nutritious soups with other vegetables or with other legumes.
Oregano is a wild plant that grows in Puglia, in particular this comes from Salento, from the Mediterranean coast that goes from Otranto to Leuca. It is shipped in twigs as harvested, the weight is about 50gr.
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.
Tiny, delicious and (they say) lucky, Apulian lentils bring health and nourishment to the table all year round. A healthy and versatile product to always keep in the pantry.