Pickles are named after the process of subjecting fruit or vegetables to a pickling agent such as vinegar. Pickling allows for the conservation of food for months, and combines well with various products.
Silverskin onions pickled in vinegar are excellent as an appetizer, alone or accompanied by other pickles or olives, and as an original ingredient for salads and other recipes, particularly stews.
Cocktail stirrels are prepared with olives, pickled onions, pickled cucumbers, and spicy pepper - any combination is possible. These are ideal as a hors d´oeuvres.
Capers are preserved exclusively in brine. They are a perfect garnish for meats, fish and salads.