Have you had the pleasure of eating Antica Napoli Friarielli? This bittersweet, tasty Italian leafy green goes by many names so it can be hard to find outside of Italy. The Romans call it Broccoletti due to its resemblance to broccoli. In Naples, locals call it Friarielli while further south in the region of Puglia people refer to it as Cime di Rapa.
As with most cruciferous vegetables, Friarielli is exceptionally flavourful when sautéed with garlic and olive oil. It is wonderful paired with pasta, on top of pizza and is a nice flavour contrast to meats and seafood.
Produced and canned in Salerno, southern Italy, the Antica Napoli brand selects only the best of the crop and delivers it straight to your table.