VST.0226.0580 VST.0226.0580

Sweet and sour mixed pickled vegetables

Net weight: 580 g - 20.46 oz
Drained weight: 380 g - 13.40 oz



Rich and unusual Sweet and sour giardiniera made with cauliflower, carrots, papaccelle, peaches, Alife onions, apples, celery and fennel, harvested and processed directly on the farm at km 0. The pleasant contrast between sweet and sour gives the giardiniera an extra boost of flavour that will satisfy even the most refined palates.

COD: VST.0226.0580
EAN: 8056539060529
Nutritional values
Average values ​​for 100 gr
Energy value
kcal 18 KJ 75
0,1 g
of which saturated
0,1 g
of which sugars
0,80 g
1,88 g
1,20 g

Cauliflowers, carrots, papaccelle, peaches, onions from Alife, apples, celery, fennel, wine vinegar, sugar.

Tips and curiosities of the tomolo

The 'giardiniera' is a typical recipe of the Italian tradition, it is the symbol of the tinned food par excellence, it embodies all the values that make up our rural gastronomic history.

Widespread from north to south, it is an essential ingredient for sliced meat dishes in the Modena and Piacenza regions, and for boiled meats in Piedmont and Calabria,

It is an excellent way of preserving summer vegetables until the winter months, almost as if to stop time, you end up with a bit of everything, depending on what is growing in the garden, be it carrots, onions, celery or cauliflower.

Fortunately, the new trend that is so fashionable overseas is the return of the giardiniera, on the wave of handmade and quick pickles, crunchy vegetables ready to eat straight from the jar as a snack or to enrich sandwiches and salads, nothing more and nothing less than our giardiniera.

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The health benefits of sweet and sour giardiniera

Sweet and sour giardiniera is an excellent source of essential vitamins and minerals for our body. In fact, the vegetables that make up giardiniera are rich in vitamins A, C, E, K and B, as well as minerals such as calcium, potassium and iron. In addition, sweet and sour giardiniera is a food rich in fibre, which promotes intestinal transit and helps keep our bodies healthy. In addition, the marinating process in vinegar gives giardiniera antioxidant properties that help prevent cardiovascular disease and protect cells from oxidative stress. In short, sweet and sour giardiniera is not only a delicious recipe, but also a food with many health benefits.

Sweet and sour giardiniera recipes to try

Sweet and sour giardiniera is a dish that lends itself to endless variations, depending on regional tastes and traditions. Some versions add other vegetables such as green beans, peas or courgettes, while others replace the marinade ingredients with apple or white wine vinegar. In some parts of Italy, honey is used to sweeten the marinade. Some like to make it with a base of carrots, onions and celery, while others like to make it hotter by adding chilli peppers. Trying the different versions of sweet and sour giardiniera can be an opportunity to discover new regional flavours and culinary traditions.

The history of sweet and sour giardiniera: a perfect combination of flavours and traditions

Sweet and sour giardiniera is a typical Italian dish that combines flavours and traditions from different regions. Its origins date back to the Middle Ages, when it was customary to preserve vegetables for the winter, using vinegar and sugar to create the characteristic sweet and sour flavour. Over time, the recipe evolved and new vegetables and spices were added, making sweet and sour giardiniera a versatile dish suitable for many occasions. Today, its preparation varies according to the region in which it is made, but its unique and unmistakable flavour remains unchanged.