- 5-7 mm in diameter, green/gray in color.
- Greek, Spanish and Italian chefs use capers in a wide variety of recipes.
- Roland Capers can be used right out of the jar, for both hot and cold dishes
Roland Nonpareille Capers are 5-7 mm in diameter. They are green/gray in color. The caper is the flower bud of a low growing bush found in Mediterranean countries. It is cured in brine and packed in vinegar.
Greek, Spanish and Italian chefs use capers in a wide variety of recipes. Capers are now also being used in "American" dishes such as meat loaf and tuna fish salads.
Capers are loved for their sharp briny taste and lovely green hue. Small in size, Nonpareille Capers can be added whole to many dishes for a tangy, lemony zing.
Roland Capers are used right out of the jar, for both hot and cold dishes.
Ingredients: Capers, Vinegar, Salt.