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Caper Pesto

Caper sauce from Caper Island

The tiny Italian island of Pantelleria is best known for producing some of the most flavorful capers around.

The biggest capers they grow have the strongest flavors but a soft texture, making them perfect for grinding into pesto. They combine the capers with toasted almonds, extra virgin olive oil, and a bit of parsley and basil. The flavor packs a big caper punch. Use it to top crostini for appetizers, or dress good pasta with a spoonful of caper pesto and a sprinkling of toasted bread crumbs.

Caper Pesto

P-CST 100 g jar
$14
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