They are homemade products made with fresh vegetables, peppers, Porcini mushrooms and Rositi della Sila, packaged and sterilized in glass jars. No preservatives are used.
They are rarity that are still made by a few families linked to ancient customs for a clientele that requires straightforward products and maximum care in processing.
Some tips for use
They are an exceptional condiment that is very wide and convenient to use in the kitchen to prepare very fine hot and cold dishes.
Excellent served on bread, bruschetta, canapés, and to fill sandwiches and sandwiches
It can be served alone or combined with other products as an appetizer.
It is ideal for ease of use, in the preparation of first courses (pasta). Just dissolve the Bombona in boiling olive oil and sauté the drained pasta al dente; to taste, as a final touch, a sprinkling of Parmesan or pecorino.
It is an ingredient also very popular as a spicy on pizza.