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We love sharing different ways to use our products but if you’re keen to experiment you only need to search for caper recipes on the internet and you’ll be in for a treat.

We recommend using them in pastas, with seafood and meat dishes as additions to sauces and casseroles and stews.

Releasing caper flavour

Capers are a condiment to be added to dishes to enhance flavour so we recommend soaking the salted buds in water for at least 20min before using in a dish. The longer you soak the buds and the more often you change the water, the less salty they are.

Capers are full of mustard oils so for the best flavour add them at the end of your cooking process.

Serving caperberries

Caperberries can be eaten straight from the jar – like an olive – and used on antipasto platters or chopped up in salads. Caper leaves are also a great addition to salads or an edible garnish.