Cime di rapa
Whichever way you call them broccoli rabe / turnip tops / rapini, or in Italian cime di rapa, these vegetable in a jar is a delicious one to have in your pantry.
One of the more traditional vegetables from Puglia, fantastic on bread after heating them up in a pan, gnammy :)
Add it to pasta to make the traditional dish Orecchiette with Cime di Rapa from Puglia.
Add them to tarts, stews, or enjoy them in panini and as a side.
Or you could get some and make this simple pasta suggested by Mike.
A unique and powerful flavour; lovely with some garlic, a nice olive oil, and some good quality pasta. Simple and delicious.
Have you tried these recipes featuring them?
1. Sausage ravioli with Cime di Rapa
2. Sausage panino from Puglia
Find them on our blog www.belmorso.com/recipes.
Turnip greens (65%), sunflower seed oil (32%), mixed herbs, salt, acidity regulator: lactic acid.
May contain: tuna, anchovies, celery and lupines.
Glass Jar, lid
Typical values per 100g
Energy 545KJ/132 Kcal
Fat 10g of which saturates 1,2g
Carbohydrate 5,7f which sugars 3g
Store in a cool and dry place, away from light and heat. Once opened store refrigerated below +4°C and consume within 7 days.
Produced in Italy for: Taste With Gusto import Ltd. Unit 2 Santry Hall Industrial Estate, D09Y2F7 Dublin 9.