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Crushed Pantelleria Oregano 25 g

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Crushed Pantelleria Oregano 25 g

La Nicchia

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€5.00
The quintessential herb of Italian cuisine, La Nicchia's crushed oregano from the Mediterranean island of Pantelleria.



La Nicchia's crushed oregano grown on the island of Pantelleria bursts with the intense aroma of this native herb, which is still grown the traditional way. Oregano is the quintessential herb of the Italian cuisine, and can be added to any number of dishes and recipes, all you need is a little imagination!  

Ingredients

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Oregano di Pantelleria

Conservation

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Conservation Room Temperature
Storage time 1 year

Chef's Advice

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The oregano of Pantelleria is very intense. It is ideal for bread, focaccia or roasted bread with oil.

La Nicchia

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La Nicchia

Headquartered on the glorious Mediterranean island of Pantelleria in the Strait of Sicily, this small concern was founded in 1949 by two men, Antonio Bonomo and Girolamo Giglio, and soon gained renown for its exceptionally wholesome caper production. The tradition was honoured by the ensuing generation with the arrival of the knowledgeable Gabriele Lasagni as helmsman, who evolved the production into a full-fledged agribusiness registered both as a caper-factory and an artisanal workshop worthy of the name the company carries, meaning “niche”: indeed its has cornered its niche of the finest primary ingredients from the Pantelleria territory itself, which are carefully processed with respect to the island’s environment and its unique, outstanding natural bounty. The excellence of the Nicchia’s product lines is guaranteed by the methodical selection of all the ingredients and the artisanal working methods applied, the end result being a simple yet exquisitely savoury delight.

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Crushed Pantelleria Oregano 25 g

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