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Pate Lampascioni of Salento 190 gr. View larger

Pate Lampascioni of Salento 190 gr.



Mediterranean Lampascioni patè (also called pampasciuni or wild onions) from Salento in extra virgin olive oil. Handcrafted product in a pot 190 gr. of net content.

Delicious and tasty, ideal for preparing aperitifs, seasoning frize, croutons, canapés and salads.

Ingredients: Lampascioni (wild onions), extra virgin olive oil (originally), garlic, capers, chilli, parsley, salt.

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Data sheet

EAN Code:8033908130335
No. of units in standard carton:12 pcs
Capacity of each unit (lt/kg):190 gr
Item weight packing included:0,5 kg
Packaging size:(AxLxP) 40x26x15 cm
Origin:100% Italy

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For light and tasty snacks and hors d'oeuvres, our Lampascioni Patè from Salento is perfectly suited to any type of preparation, from croutons, sandwiches, pairing with tarallini, to savory pies.

This pate is not just any industrial product! It meets precise quality requirements, from the choice of the best local lampascioni to the use of high quality ingredients such as our extra virgin olive oil, for a cream with a delicate and enveloping taste.

Don't you know what Lampascioni are?

The bulb of the lampascione grows under the ground, between 10 and 20 centimeters deep and its taste is slightly amaretto. They are also called canine onion and are harvested by hand in the Salento countryside. In the Salento dialect they are also called "Pampascioni or Pampasciuni".

Here is how Lampascioni are prepared:



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