This (vegan friendly!) hamper showcases savoury treats from artisan producers in the southern region of Puglia, in the heel of Italy's 'boot'. This region is famous for it's 'trulli' houses made from stone with beehive shaped roofs that were lived in by the peasants who worked the ancient farmland. Centuries old agricultural traditions have made Puglia famous for its food. Why not try some of its delicacies - or send a delicious foodie gift to someone special!
Zio Pasquale's Taralli Classici - These are the best version of this traditional Puglian snack that we have tasted. We’re in love with the crispy fennel infused mini-bagels that crumble in the mouth with an intense flavour experience. Perfect with a chilled glass of prosecco!
Rocket & Lemon Pesto - This is a strong flavoured pesto made with Salento rocket, bitter and savoury, combined with freshly squeezed lemon juice. The toasted pumpkin seeds perfectly round out the taste on the palate. It's a perfect sauce for pasta, or as a salsa to accompany fish fillets or a grilled chicken breast. Perche Ci Credo's sauces are produced to traditional recipes with locally sourced ingredients in Salento, in the heel of Italy. The business was created by founder Enrico who is passionate about traditional mediterranean cooking. He uses no artificial ingredients or additives in his simple but delicious sauces. This one contains only rocket salad, extra virgin olive oil, roasted pumpkin seeds, white wine vinegar, lemon juice and peel and a sprinkle of salt. The taste is a testament to the simple, yet high quality ingredients.
Tomato & Caper Bruschetta Topping - This is an appetizing Mediterranean topping made with dried tomatoes and capers, and flavoured with oregano. It creates delicious Italian 'bruschetta' when spread on toasted ciabatta or sourdough bread. It is made in Salento from local produce, by an artisan producer using a traditional recipe.
Artichoke & Walnut Bruschetta Topping This delicious, rustic, nutty bruschetta topping is made with a creamy blend artichokes that is perfectly set off by the crunchiness of chopped walnuts. Spread on toasted ciabatta or sourdough bread it makes a great appetiser, or snack. It's also a great accompaniment to cheeses, or a topping for grilled chicken or even stirred into pasta for a simple sauce.
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