Alcaparrado is a Spanish term that refers to a mixture of olives, capers, and sometimes pimientos (sweet red peppers). It is typically used as a condiment or as a component of other dishes, such as stews or casseroles. Alcaparrado is often used in Spanish and Latin American cuisine, and it is typically sold in jars or cans. The ingredients in alcaparrado can vary, but it is typically made with a combination of green and black olives, capers, and pimientos. The mixture is typically marinated in oil, vinegar, or a combination of the two. Alcaparrado can be used to add flavor and texture to a variety of dishes, and it is often served alongside meats, fish, and other proteins.
Ingredients: Green Olives, Pimientos, Capers, Water, Vinegar, Salt.
Kosher: Star K
Product of Spain