- Delicious crunchy breadsticks
- A tapas favorite
- Great with sliced meats and cheeses
- Made with extra virgin olive oil
- Size - 2 x 4.4 oz/125 gr
Picos breadsticks are a classic part of the tapas culture of Spain, a crunchy complement to the tasty small plates that are at the center of Spanish tapas. Camperos style picos are shaped like tiny loaves of bread, and have a firm bite and perfect saltiness. Serve them with cured Serrano ham, aged Spanish cheese or a bowl of tapenade along with a refreshing glass of beer or wine.
We work with a small company in Andalucía that makes picos the traditional way, with extra virgin olive oil. They have a great crunch and a flavor that transports us back to Spain.
Camperos are most popular in the area of Jerez, home of the classic sherry of Spain. When you sit down at a tapas bar or restaurant in the area, a plate of these small, crisp picos is sure to be served.
These camperos make for a simple, delicious snack on their own. Pour some in a bowl at your next get-together and you will find they are the perfect compliment to dips and other tapas appetizers. Try the authentic taste of Spanish camperos picos!
Wheat flour, water, yeast, salt, extra virgin olive oil, diacetyl tartaric acid esters of mono and diglycerides as emulsifiers, calcium carbonate as an anti-caking agent, soy lecithin as an emulsifier and ascorbic acid as an antioxidant.
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Customer ReviewsAverage rating from 6 reviews Write a review
"A big "DUH" to the person who dissed the picos. Your shopping at this site for authenticity... Why don't you just go get some Bob Evans frozen breakfast saussage and call it chorizo? "
Dennis - Hoffman Estates, IL - Oct 6, 2015
"Nothing special nor noteworthy about these. Taste like an ordinary bland dry breadstick. "
Joanne S. - Shirley, NY - Mar 9, 2013
jack - st.augustine, Florida - Jan 8, 2013
"Great for snacks. Love the texture and crunch."
steve - Jan 5, 2012
"Great authentic Picos de Pan. Just as I remember from my time in El Puerto De Santa Maria."
Bill Mihok - Aug 20, 2011
"Yea - finally a US source for the typical picos served in tapas bars in Espana! So crunchy and crispy!!!"
Debby G - Jun 15, 2011