Vinegar and sweet-and-sour
The virtues of onions have been well-known since antiquity, although their enticing and appetising flavour is absolutely modern.
Pickled shallots are everyone’s favourite, thanks to their simple flavour that pairs perfectly with salami and cheeses for an hors d’oeuvre or farmhouse-style aperitif. They have very few calories, zero fats hence they provide the utmost satisfaction with the lowest calorie demand: They can be eaten all the time, any time you crave a savoury titbit.
Vegetables pickled in vinegar are excellent with pork-based second courses or traditional salami hors d’oeuvres, exactly because they help “degrease” the palate thus promoting full enjoyment of the food, fully bringing out its flavour.
It takes centre stage in a vegetarian aperitif with your friends while watching your favourite TV series: a good chilled lager, pickled shallots, a vinaigrette with extra virgin olive oil, plenty of gherkins and a nice vegan bruschetta with our mushroom 4e4orto.
And what if a vegetarian aperitif turns out to be even tastier?
Average nutritional values for 100g of product
0g of which satures 0g
5,9g of which sugars 5,6g