Hot Mixed Vegetables with mushrooms in Oil
An exclusive and unique recipe made with a mix of filleted peppers, sliced mushrooms and artichokes seasoned with a generous dose of pepper and hot chilies.
This spicy appetizer is suitable for many uses in the kitchen, as a traditional hors d’oeuvre or as a side dish, and ideal as a condiment for pizza, focaccia, sandwiches and subs.
Try it also as a condiment for cold pasta. Just boil a little pasta and add the contents of the jar previously drained and the dish is ready!
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Mixed vegetables (artichokes, peppers) Sunflower oil, Cultivated mushrooms (Agaricus bisporus) • Wine vinegar (contains sulphites), Salt, Black pepper, Chili pepper, Lactic acid, Ascorbic acid.
Store in a cool dry place, once opened keep refrigerated and consume within few days.
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*5% or less is a little, 15% or more is a lot.
Red and chili peppers,
the fire of the South
Along with tomatoe, courgette and aubergine, pepper is the most popular Italian vegetable, especially in summer. The key regions for pepper cultivation are found in Puglia and Campania, specifically in Salerno (with Agro Nocerino Sarnese, Piana di Battipaglia) and Caserta, Calabria and Basilicata regions.
Fresh, dried, smoked, cooked or raw, chili peppers are widely used as a base for regional dishes in Italy, especially in Calabria and, in general, throughout the southern peninsular.
Chili pepper cultivation is also widespread in the Sicilian territories that are located on the slopes of the Etna volcano.
Mount Etna in province of Catania, Sicily.
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