Italian Black Shallot
The proposal from the young Italian company Umami also offers Cream of Black Shallot, processed with the same thermal maturation techniques used to produce the more famous Black Garlic.
Shallot differs from Black Garlic in that it has a coffee aftertaste and a much more delicate texture. After the maturation process it turns black, acquiring new fragrances and will be able to enhance any creation, from savory to sweet.
How is Umami's black shallot produced?
UMAMI Italian black shallots are produced through a thermal ripening process, without the addition of preservatives or chemical additives. The process is completely natural and takes place in a temperature and humidity controlled environment for about 1 month at temperatures between 50°C and 80°C. This production technique greatly enhances the natural properties of the shallot, changing its color, flavor and texture. In addition, the aging process makes it extremely digestible compared to fresh shallots.
Matured Black Shallot
Umami is a young company located between the Langhe and Roero regions specializing in the production of black garlic and black shallots, made with traditional methods and Italian raw materials of the highest quality.
Research and study have led 2 young biologists from Piedmont to specialize in natural food processing, exploring new flavors and nuances of flavor capable of enhancing every dish.
Ingredients: black shallot
Shallot origin: Italy
Storage: Store in a cool, dry place away from light and heat sources
Net weight: 180 gr
Average nutritional values per 100g: energy 279 kJ/ 66 kcal, fat 0.5,g, of which saturated fatty acids 0.1g, carbohydrates 12g, of which sugars 12g, fiber 3g, protein 3g, salt 0.03g,
Business name and address: UMAMI S.r.l. via Roma 48, 12040 Baldissero d'Alba (CN)
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