Sanniti Pickled Garlic Cloves make a bold snack
Try as part of a charcuterie board with cured meats and smoky cheeses.
Crush these garlic cloves for salad dressings, marinades, and dips.
Garlic cloves normally have a very strong taste, but Sanniti Pickled Garlic uses the pickling process to render them less overbearing. It's not uncommon for people to eat pickled garlic cloves whole on charcuterie platters and cheese boards since the pickling process gives them a slightly milder flavor. Sample this intensely aromatic snack with toasted bread, cream cheese, and an equally bold glass of wine.
Use Sanniti Pickled Garlic as a salad dressing or marinade ingredient. The combination of garlic and vinegar is a zesty base for any condiment. Alternatively, enjoy them as part of an antipasto or pickle plate! Pickled garlic cloves can also be used as a cocktail garnish for martinis and Bloody Marys.
garlic, water, vinegar, salt, lactic acid
450 grams (16 oz)