Boletus Eduli La Chinata pate
The pate is a French invention of the Middle Ages, which means pasta. It is believed that olives, also known as olive or tapenade, emerged in Provence, although some writings state that it already existed in Italy or Greece since ancient times.
Their use in gastronomy is unlimited: you can incorporate them in sauces, pastas, pizzas or as an accompaniment to vegetables, fish or white meat. Adding it to the vinaigrette, it is an original and novel way of dressing a salad.
We recommend accompanying this product with PicosRosquillas, with Olives and Regañás of the Chinata Gourmet.
Net weight 180 g.
Boletus edulis (72%), Extra Virgin Olive Oil, breadcrumbs (“0” type grain flour, water, yeast, salt), salt, garlic, acidity correctors: E-270 (lactic acid), pepper, May contain traces of cashews, almonds and milk.