The word encurtido in Spanish refers to pickled foods, particularly vegetables, ranging from lupin seeds (altramuces) to baby gherkins (pepinillos), caperberries to garlic.
They provide flavour and textural contrast to a range of meats and cheeses. These pickled guindillas are sweet, oily, crunchy and have just a little heat.
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Brindisa works with a Catalan based company to source its encurtidos. Euroliv buys from a wide selection of producers of high quality raw materials, has them processed and then gets them packed into catering sized containers for the deli and restaurant market.
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