- Flavorful and firm
- Extra large, perfect for stuffing
- From Carmona near Sevilla
- Serve chilled
- Size - 3.7 liters/125 fluid oz
These enormous Gordal olives are ideal for stuffing with goat cheese or roasted peppers for an amazing appetizer. Or simply serve them chilled with your favorite wine – they have a deliciously firm texture and refreshing flavor.
Our Gordals are brined carefully and packed by hand in the beautiful castle town of Carmona. The pure flavor and texture of the olives shine through because they are much less salty than typical olives. And because they are so large it is easy to fill them with your favorite stuffing. Cheese is the obvious complement, but you can add banana peppers, capers, sliced onions and more. Our favorite is to to add strips of wood-fire roasted piquillo peppers for the ultimate pimiento stuffed olive.
Serve these olives well chilled and store in the refrigerator after opening.
Pitted Gordal olives, water and salt. Lactic acid (as acidulant), citric acid (as antioxidant) and ascorbic acid (as antioxidant).
May contain pits or pit fragments.
Serving size 1 olive (15g), Servings per container 11. Calories 25. Total fat 2g (4%), Saturated fat 0g (0%), Trans fat 0g (0%), Cholesterol 0g (0%). Sodium 330mg (14%), Total carbohydrate <1g (0%), Total Sugars 0g (0%), Includes 0g Added Sugars (0%). Protein 0g. Not a significant source of dietary fiber, vitamin D, calcium, iron and potassium. *Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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"These olives are the Champagne of Olives. "
Sharyn - Wentzville Missouri USA, MO June 2020