These Manzanilla Olives are stuffed with Pimentos
Enjoy these stuffed olives in salads, pastas, and other dishes.
Pair with cured meats such as Italian salami and Spanish chorizo on a charcuterie board.
Pimentos give these briny green olives a mild spiciness and a slightly peppery flavor. While manzanilla olives originated in the province of Sevilla in Spain, these ones are produced in the United States.
Enjoy them on a table olive spread, or add them to your favorite Mediterranean recipes. For a Greek salad, coat the olives and fresh greens in extra virgin olive oil, then crumble goat cheese, blue cheese, or gorgonzola cheese on top. Finish with sea salt and pepper to taste. You can also use this type of olive in sauces and tapenades by mixing them with garlic, capers, and other zesty or savory ingredients.
Olives, water, pimentos, salt, lactic acid, sodium alginate, calcium chloride
10 oz (283g)
Product of USA