Our best zucchini that we grow with care throughout the summer in our land of Alba, capital of the Langhe and Roerohills, are used for this delicious appetizer.
It ‘s a typical recipe that brings out the true flavor of fresh zucchini.
The courgettes are cooked in vinegar and put in jars to be manually covered with the best Italian extra virgin olive oil.
We use only fresh zucchini.
Their conservation in extra virgin make them a great product ready to be enjoyed thanks to the high digestibility and fragrance.
They’re great as an appetizer when cut into strips or as a starter at the “natural”.
It ‘a product that enhances the flavor of fresh product and is an excellent base for your best recipes.
Name of the product: Country Zucchini
Net weight: 320 g.
Ingredients: Zucchini, extra virgin olive oil, wine vinegar, garlic.
Way of cultivation: Organic certified
Period of harvest: June / September
Way of picking: by hand
The courgette (zucchini) is an annual plant.
It is sown between March and May to be collected until the first frosts of autumn.
The courgette is the immature fruit of a herbaceous annual plant of the Cucurbitaceae family, native to South and Central America that looks like a bush.
It has a cylindrical or round with white flesh, firm and full of seeds and green skin, streaked or speckled with yellow.
The plant produces flowers attached at the apex of zucchini, produced highly sought after because used in various culinary preparations.
The zucchini is constituted for the most part water, and so is a vegetable refreshing, lightweight, easily digestible.
The courgette is almost completely free of calories, so it’s great when dieting.
Fat-free and low in salt, is a good source of potassium and is rich in vitamins and enzymes.
It contains vitamin E, C and folic acid, as well as lutein and zeaxanthin, two antioxidants useful for the welfare of the eyes.
Their therapeutic action is much broader than that refreshing laxative, diuretic and detoxifying.