Cucunci: Caper Berries

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The small oval berries that constitute the fruits of the caper plant. Used as an ingredient in salads or to flavor many pasta dishes. Great as an accompaniment to cold cuts and cheeses, or with your favorite pre dinner drink. Available in a glass jar of 270gr.

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Confettura di Cipolle Rosse 220gr

Confettura di Cipolle Rosse 220gr

Confettura di cipolle rosse. Sapore intenso e leggermente dolce, colore bronzo brillante. Squisito contorno e splendido abbinamento per carni e formaggi. Prodotta senza conservanti e senza addensanti chimici. Senza glutine. Disponibile in vasetto di vetro da 220 gr

Destinatario :

* Campi richiesti

  o  Annulla



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CUCUNCI

Capers are the buds, the little things which appear before the flowers while the caper berries - Cucunci or Cocunci - are the fruits of the caper plant.


So, if you don’t pick the capers, they will become flowers, which in turn, will become caper berries.


Cucunci or Cocunci have an oblong shape and are bigger that the capers.


RECOMMENDED FOOD PAIRINGS

You can eat them in mixed salads,

as an accompaniment to cold cuts and cheeses,

with your favorite pre dinner drink.


INGREDIENTS:

Caperberry 60%, water, vinegar, salt.


NUTRITION INFORMATION (values per 100 g of product):

  • calories: 14 kcal (59 kJ)
  • fat: 0.06 g (of which saturated fatty acids: 0.0 g)
  • carbohydrates: 1.3 g (of which sugars: 1.38 g)
  • fiber: 0.0 g
  • proteins: 1.64 g
  • salt: 1.2 g


Available in a glass jar of 270gr.



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CUCUNCI OR COCUNCI

Confused about what capers are?


You'll be probably more confused when you’re offered caper berries or, in Italian, cucuncior cocunci .

When a bud flowers, you typically lose the fruit.

This doesn't happen with Cucunci.


Right after the flower buds, another fruit grows, even tastier than the little caper that originally was.


One of the best kept Sicilian culinary secrets: cucunci.


Capers and Cucunci are plentiful on the beautiful volcanic islands off the coast of Sicily.

They turn up in antipasti, in salads, with pasta, meat, fish or as snacks.

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