Chutneys: The Indian word “Chutney” is used for spicy, sweet and sour sauces served to complement other foods. You may wonder how we discovered chutneys, up here among the mountains? On one hand because they go extremely well with cheeses, of which we produce and eat large amounts. On the other, because they are very similar to fruit preserves. By adding vegetables and spices, the most varied and unexpected tastes can be obtained. We propose our chutneys in 70g jars to try them, or in 160g jars for connoisseurs.
Fig & Mustard / spicy delicately sweet figs with spicy mustard seeds Serve with medium-ripe or mature full-cream cheese.
Ingredients: Figs (55%), sugar, lemon juice, mustard grains (1%), chili, spices, gelling agent: apple pectin
Nutritional information (per 100g)
Calorific value kcal 168.3 kcal
Proteins 0.9 g
Carbohydrates 39.3 g
Sugar 39.3 g
Fats 0.4 g
Saturated fatty acids <0.1 g
Salt 0.2 g
Acquerello rice belongs to the Carnaroli variety and it is classified as “Extra rice” for its quality. In order to preserve its characteristics perfectly, Acquerello rice is vacuum sealed in packs or unique enameled tins.