The product

Friarielli Napoletani in Olio

Blanched rapini florets, ready to use
Country of origin:
Italy - Campania
Net weight 800 g (Net weight 600 g)
Minimum order:
1 box with 6 pieces
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Description In the tin, we find very little excess oil once the product is drained. These are whole rapini, crispy and bitter like they were just harvested
Appearance In the tin, we find very little excess oil once the product is drained. These are whole rapini, crispy and bitter like they were just harvested
Taste Strong and slightly bitter flavor, which is why it pairs well with fatty meats like sausage
Curiosity Very young rapini florets, they are a distinctly Italian specialty with a bitter taste. Broccoli friarielli is a leafy green vegetable that, depending on where you are in Italy, is called different names. In Rome, people refer to them as "broccoletti", in Tuscany, they are called "rapini", in Naples and Campania, more precisely, the homeland of this specialty, they are called "broccoli friarielli". And in Puglia? Here, they are known as "cime di
Our selection You can't miss trying this new Casa Marrazzo reference added to our assortment along with Grilled Pepper Strips. A typical ingredient of Neapolitan cuisine directly in our homes with all the flavor and experience that only Casa Marrazzo can offer
Suggestions Friarielli are particularly tasty when sautéed in a pan with olive oil and a clove of garlic. In Naples, to enhance their flavor and make them even more appetizing, they also add pieces of sausage. Broccoli friarielli also offer a wonderful pairing with pasta, but they are also excellent as a side dish to contrast with fish and meats
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Ingredients Neapolitan friarielli broccoli 80%, sunflower oil 17,5%, salt 1%, garlic 0,5%, chili 0,5%, acidity regulator: citric acid 0,5%
Weight Net weight 800 g (Net weight 600 g)
Packaging Packaged in tin
Storage Conditions (packaged products) Once opened, refrigerate for 3 days
Country of origin of the primary ingredient Italy
Nutrition Declaration Energy: 719 kJ / 171,8 kcal
Fat: 9,8 g
of which saturates: 1,27 g
Carbohydrate: 13,2 g
of which sugars: 0,2 g
Protein: 6 g
Salt: 2 g
Typical value per 100 g
The producer

Casa Marrazzo - Pagani (SA)

Why we chose them
We are all children of the earth, and it would be good not to forget it." This is the greatest legacy Teresa and Gerardo Marrazzo received from their father Carmine: a respect for nature and the agricultural world above all. Founded by Pasquale Marrazzo in the early 1900s, Casa Marrazzo was initially a farming and horticultural business. In the 1970s, Carmine had the intuition to start transforming raw materials into surplus markets, especially on behalf of third parties. In the late 1990s, with the entry of the third generation into the business first Teresa and then Gerardo the production under the brand "Casa Marrazzo" began. And today the family business also includes Gaetano, Teresa's son, bringing it to the fourth generation.The Marrazzos are "artisans of the good": a family-run artisanal reality that aims to preserve and innovate the ancient art of preserves, inseparably linked to the local culture. We are in the Agro Sarnese Nocerino, the valley that extends from Vesuvius to the Gulf of Naples, between the sea and the Lattari Mountains: the land of San Marzano. It is here that the Marrazzo family produces various lines of preserves inspired by the tradition of the most authentic South, in respect of the environment clean energy, recycling of water and packaging, electric vehicles for sourcing raw materials locally and the people who work in their Home.
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