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We pour the very essence of Italian craftsmanship, traditional Apulian methods and love into our authentic, tasty Italian sundried tomatoes. They are sourced and prepared at our farm using our family recipe and transferred into jars for you to enjoy.
Our hand picked tomatoes are cut and dried under the Apulian sun, prepared and marinated in our olive oil. They are free from dairy, gluten, wheat, added sugar, nuts or artificial colours, flavours or preservatives. Suitable for vegans and vegetarians.
Process: We use San Marzano tomatoes. They are the most famous plum tomato to come out of Italy. They have a sweet flavour and low acidity and they are coveted for their firm pulp, deep red colour. They are hand-harvested then cut in half and placed cut side up on wooden framed drying racks. The tomatoes are sprinkled with salt to help them dry and the screens placed on stands in the sun for a few days. Once dried, they are washed in a mixture of water and vinegar. When the excess liquid is squeezed out, they are mixed with herbs, placed in jars and topped with our Coratina olive oil to retain all their organoleptic qualities. Marinated in olive oil ensures they keep their nutritional value which are high in lycopene, antioxidants, and vitamin C.
Organoleptic description: Our sundried San Marzano tomatoes have a beautifully intense, sweet and tart flavour. They reflect the unique taste of Puglia. The aromatic smell and taste is enhanced by the use of our Terre Di San Vito Coratina olive oil.
Dried tomatoes, extra virgin olive oil, salt, wine vinegar, garlic and mint.
Nutritional information: Free from dairy, gluten, wheat, added sugar, nuts or artificial colours, flavours or preservatives. Suitable for vegans and vegetarians. Per 100g: Energy KJ 1821, Kcal 435 Fat29.7g of which saturates 4.3g, carbohydratee 33g of which sugars 33g, salt 3.4g.
Perfect as part of an antipasti with your favourite fresh bread, focaccia, cured meat or cheese. They are incredible alongside fresh mozzarella, in salads, sauces or as an easy addition to a quick pasta dish. They can also be blended and used as a dip or topping for delicious crostini.
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