Artichokes Roman style
Into the Roman cuisine, the artichoke is a serious matter: this ingredient is considered the king of the vegetable garden! Actually, like the majority of the Roman recipes, the Carciofo alla Romana had a humble origin linked with the peasant culture. Until the end of the First World War, the plantation of the Roman Artichokes called Mammole or Cimaroli had been limited to the small private vegetable gardens. So the fame of Carciofo alla Romana was circumscribed to the region of Lazio and considered a niche recipe.
Ingredients: Artichokes, sunflower oil, wine vinegar, salt, spices and herbs, acidity regulator: citric acid.
Dietary: Gluten Free, Dairy Free, No Artificial Flavours or Colours, Vegan, Vegetarian
Storage Instructions: Store in a cool and dry place.
Ideal for: Antipasti, pastas, salads.