MYSYBARITAS Your Spanish Gourmet Store in Kuala Lumpur: New Baigorri Preserved products Part 4



Queridos Ladies & Gentelmen,


We are MYSYBARITAS your Spanish Gourmet Food Store in Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur



Today we will continue to talk about some of our newly imported Gourmet Preserved Food.



Spanish Omelette Tortilla Española Prepared Meals (see phto above)


It allows you to save time in the most laborious part of making the omelette, such as preparing the raw materials and cleaning it up. Simple, fast, healthy and delicious. Forget about peeling potatoes, cooking, collecting excess oil, cleaning ... Just add the egg and curdle to taste in a pan.


The potatoes and the onions are produced 100% in Spain under EU regulations, so you can expect a very high quality product.


USES:


Give it your personal touch! Add a little chopped Chorizo, some Jamon or with sautéed vegetables, cheese, Piquillo peppers, Sobrasada, more or less curdled ...the possibilities are endless!




Piquillo Peppers Can Extra

Triangular shaped and lightly grilled Piquillo Peppers preserved with a bright flavour and a hint of charcoal. You can enjoy them directly from the can, no preparation required. Product of Spain.


Piquillo Peppers
Piquillo Peppers

Known as the 'red gold' of Navarrese market gardens, the Piquillo pepper is indigenous to the south-western part of Navarre, and eight municipalities are covered by the Certificate of Origin: Andosilla, Azagra, Cárcar, Lerín, Lodosa, Mendavia, San Adrián and Sartaguda. Like other peppers, the plant originated in America and was introduced to Spain by Christopher Columbus. This distinguished product is harvested between September and December.




The difference between the canned Piquillo and the ones in the glass jar, is the quantity (more in the can), and the way of preservation (preserved in brine on the can, and in Olive Oil in the glass jar).


They are rich in vitamin C content fiber, potassium, and calcium and low in calories and protein. The peppers are cleaned and fire-roasted, then one-by-one meticulously hollowed, skinned, and deseeded. They are easily recognisable thanks to their small size, triangular shape with an incisor-like slightly curving tip, deep red colour and smooth texture.



Do you know what the word "Piquillo" means? It means little beak in Spanish!!! Piquillo peppers have enjoyed an outstanding reputation for many decades thanks to their incomparable flavour. This flavour is so sublime that even four-star restaurants in Spain use them right from the jar!!



USES:


"Montadito" with olive oil, anchovies and bread, with our white tuna belly (or mackerel) and olives. They can also be stuffed with goat cheese meat or fish great for pasta too.



I hope you enjoyed the article!



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