Dear gourmet friends,
Because BienManger.com and its transporters' logistic capacities are limited in this period of Coronavirus crisis and because we want your orders to be delivered within a reasonable time, we are obliged to to restrict the shipment of certain products. You will be able to find ""Non-pareil" capers" in a few weeks.
Thank you for your understanding.
Aurélie from BienManger.com
The smallest caper variety, the most delicate flavour, the strongest aroma…
The caper is the pickled bud of the caper shrub. This bush is essentially native to the Mediterranean region. The capers are categorized by size, with the smallest sizes being the most delicate and strongest taste. The smallest, the “non-pareil” (diameter 5/7 mm) directly follow by the “surfines” (7/8 mm) and the capucines (8/9 mm). The “non-pareils” are considered as the best ones. Their rather sour taste goes well with mayonnaise, a cold sauce, with salad or a tapenade… The capers also are served with many dishes such as meat, fish, or pastas.
Capers, vinegar, water, salt.
|Average nutrition facts||For 100g|
|Energy||50 / 209.34 kcal / kJ|
|Total fat||0.7 g|
|Saturated fat||0.1 g|
With this product, we recommend :