Cerignola olives are very large, mild in flavor, and may be served either green or cured red or black. The variety, which originates from the southeastern Italian province of Apulia, Puglia Italy, and is named for the town of Cerignola, is popular for charcuterie boards and martini ingredients. They are crisp and fantastically buttery table olives. Their hefty size as one of the largest olives makes them perfect for stuffed olives.
What can I make with Bella di Cerignola olives?
Cerignola olives are ideal for salad recipes, as well as baked chicken and fish dishes that feature garlic, capers and anchovies. Make stuffed Italian olives filled with pimento cheese as a charcuterie board appetizer or a delicious martini ingredient.