Mixed Pickled Vegetables, in Italian “Giardiniera”, is definitely one of the best-known preserves of the Italian gastronomic tradition. Seasonal vegetables boiled in vinegar with salt and sugar. Subsequently placed in jars and covered with the cooking liquid, these vegetables should be stored in dark, cool and dry place for at least a month.
Now in its third generation, the Ciarrocchi family has set up a farm that combines attentive care for cultivation, meticulous controls and attention for processing of the recipes of its own family tradition. The company, "I Sapori dei Monti," was born from the desire to share with friends the delicacies the Ciarrocchi family has created for years, following the traditional recipes. The great quality of jelly, sauces and preserves, the typical flavour of fresh vegetables, the genuine texture of fresh fruit, and the harmonious taste donated by a few simple spices, immediately impressed the tasters and a simple sharing became an exciting job!
General Information: The vinegar is a natural preserving agent, especially effective for food. Vegetables pickled in vinegar are ideal for composing appetizers, dressing salads, seasoning rice or pasta salads, or accompanying roasted and boiled meat or fish. How to eat: You can drain vegetables and serve them directly with meats and cheeses, or with roasted and boiled meals. You can use them also to prepare rice or pasta salads.