Salted Capers "Non-Pareil" 70GNET
What is a non-pareil caper?
Capers are sold by size. The smaller the caper, the more delicate in texture and flavor it is. The smallest of capers, which measures under 7mm, is considered a “non-pareil”. Translated from French means, “has no equal.” Non-pareil capers are the best for flavor and texture and are prized as the best in the world. It takes approx 4 hours to hand harvest just 1kg!
They are completely different to store bought imported capers.
Capers are a perfect match with seafood. Make your own tartare sauce. Toss them through a warm potato salad, smash them through avocado and then spread that on your sour dough bread. Try frying them in a little olive oil, fried capers are delicious tossed through a salad or pasta.
your beautiful box arrived this morning! I love your garlic so its heaven having it in my kitchen again. I just wanted to thank you specifically for the capers! They are like no other capers I have tasted, so fresh, crunchy & delicious. What a thrill to see you have harvested the nonpariels, such a massive job but so worthwhile.
Ingredients: capers, South Australia Sea Salt straight from the South Australian Bight