To Italians, Giardiniera Is A Way Of Saying Pickled Vegetables - The Exact Translation Is Gardener. It Is Usually Eaten As An Antipasto, With Cured Meats Or Cheese, And Sometimes Added To Salads.
INGREDIENTS: CAULIFLOWER, RED WINE VINEGAR, OLIVE OIL, RED PEPPERS, YELLOW PEPPERS, CARROTS, COURGETTES, RED ONIONS, WHITE ONIONS, SUGAR, RED CHILLIES, SALT.
Serve at Room Temperature
Nutritional Info Per 100g:
NUTRITIONAL INFO PER 100G: ENERGY 678kJ, 164kcal, FAT 15g OF WHICH SATURATES 2.1g, CARBOHYDRATES 6.5g, OF WHICH SUGARS 5.6g, PROTEIN 0.9g, SALT 1.9g
Refrigerate After Opening & Consume Within 1 Month
Like many other things, it is often the case that each Italian family have their own recipe for Giardiniera, something that has been shared across several generations. In Chicago, Giardiniera is often used as a pizza topping and in New Orleans it is added to subs. We like to serve this delicious sweet and sour pickle as guests arrive for a drinks party or family meal.
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