If you’ve been eyeing Mont Rouge Olive Caviar for a while now, but you are still too nervous to try it out, allow us to nudge you in the right direction.
This nifty, new pantry item is a first of its kind and is locally produced in the Little Karoo. It resembles caviar but actually consists of high-quality olives.
If you are wondering how it tastes and how exactly to use it, then you’ve come to the right place.
What is Mont Rouge Olive Caviar?
Mont Rouge Olive Caviar has a rich brown colour and is slightly sticky to the touch, but mostly dry and crumbly.
It is made of dried olives that have been minced and mixed with garlic, herbs, and some salt for extra flavour. To ensure that you balance the taste of each meal perfectly, be sure to add just a little olive caviar at a time. It’s packed with flavour so a little goes a long way.
How Do You Use Mont Rouge Olive Caviar?
The Olive Caviar is extremely versatile and can be used in and on a multitude of dishes. It can add depth and flavour to almost any pasta dish. Simply add a scoop, stir thoroughly, and taste!
It can also be used to kick your favourite salsa, marinade, soup, or sauce up a notch. Simply add some olive caviar while the sauce of your choice is still hot so all of the flavours can combine thoroughly.
If you’ve always wanted to try your hand at preparing a tasty olive loaf, then you can add some olive caviar to the wet ingredients before mixing it into your bread dough.
Pizza enthusiasts, especially those with a soft spot for vegetarian pizzas, can top off their pizzas with the Olive Caviar. On homemade pizza, it serves as a mouth-watering olive seasoning. Alternatively, you can also mix it into pizza sauces before spreading it over the base.
For a light snack, Mont Rouge Olive Caviar can be sprinkled over your favourite cheese and be served on top of crostini or ciabatta bread.
The sky is the limit with Olive Caviar. If you can think of any other ways to enjoy this wonderful product, please let us know.
Try it for yourself. Order our Mont Rouge Olive Caviar here.