A Fresh Ingredient For Your Daily Cooking

Every day, you ensure that your family eats healthy while enjoying the delicious meals that you whip up in the kitchen. To make that an even more ‘fruitful’ endeavor, here’s a tiny ingredient that is both packed with nutrients and will have them asking for more

Olives From Spain are the fresh and interesting ingredient that can infuse zest to any dish they are added to. You may assume that this delicious fruit is confined to Mediterranean or Continental cuisines, but the truth is that home cooks and chefs across the country are experimenting with traditional Indian recipes, breathing new life into them through the varied flavours and textures of the magical Spanish olives

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Olives From Spain took part in the 15th Uppercrust Food and Wine show in Mumbai

When it comes to flavor, texture and versality, few foods can compare to olives from Spain. A common ingredient used in Mediterranean and Middle-Eastern cuisines, this little cured fruit is fast becoming popular among Indian chefs, home cooks and food connoisseurs for its delightful taste.

For a fourth year in a row, Olives from Spain targets India as a key market for international promotional campaigns. One of the main activities has been the participation at the 15th Uppercrust Food & Wine Show celebrated the 8th, 9th and 10th of December in Mumbai. Uppercrust Food and Wine show visitors indulged themselves in a party of flavours trying a wide variety of products and food brands. Among them, Olives from Spain became notorious with the Spanish olives offered to taste and enjoy, marinated with Indian spices and condiments. The three different types of marinades offered were Mulagapodi Olives, green Spanish olives spiced with south Indian gunpowder, Orange and Chat Masala black Spanish Olives, and Spicy Peanut and Pimento olives, for red pepper stuffed Spanish olives.

Chef Saransh Goila also shared his culinary skills and knowledge to an enthusiastic audience in his two Masterclasses, presenting two Indian recipes with the taste and texture of Spanish olives in them. The first one was on Friday evening, when he delighted the non-veg visitors cooking mustard prawns with a green olive rice poha. In his second Masterclass on Saturday, he cooked a delicious and vegetarian Jackfruit biryani with black and green Spanish olives giving the dish a juicy appetizing variation.

Through a questionnaire made to 113 of the visitors, it was revealed that 59% of them felt like they ‘had discovered a new product’, Spanish olives. Out of which 95% of them stated that they ‘liked it’ Moreover, those attending the Masterclasses found the recipes very useful to be cooked at home and it was a source of inspiration for them.

Olives From Spain in indian cooking. A marriage made in culinary heaven

When it comes to flavor, texture and versality, few foods can compare to olives from Spain. A common ingredient used in Mediterranean and Middle-Eastern cuisines, this little cured fruit is fast becoming popular among Indian chefs, home cooks and food connoisseurs for its delightful taste.

India is a country that is culturally and gastronomically diverse. Therefore, it is not surprising that one of the most versatile ingredients found in Mediterranean kitchens can easily make its way into Indian dishes.

Olives from Spain come from the historic olive trees grown on fertile Mediterranean soil halfway across the world. What makes them so interesting is the wide range that is available: whole, itted, chopped, segments, quarters, halves, green, black,. You can choose from olives that are pickled Spanish or Seville-Style, in brine, marinated with oregano, thyme, garlic, orange, lemon or onion and stuffed with anchovies, pepper, tuna, salmon, hazelnuts, almonds, etc.

There are more than 80 ways to stuff them!

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Olives From Spain: For those who play

If there is one thing that defines sportspeople across the world, whether professionals, amateurs or those following a hobby, it is their passion for fitness. And more specifically, their nutrition. After all, along with regular exercise and practice, it is what you eat that largely defines your performance on the field.

Of late, there is a snack that is gaining popularity amongst the sporting tribe and is increasingly making its way into gym kits and sports bags. And that is, OLIVES FROM SPAIN. When it comes to a quick, energizing snack in between a workout or a full day of practice, there are only a few things that can boast about being low in fat but high in nutrients. OLIVES FROM SPAIN take the top spot here. Not to forget how delicious they are!

Flavourful, delicate and freshy, OLIVES FROM SPAIN are packed with the goodness of vitamins E, A and c, and minerals like Calcium, Iron and Magnesium. Low in fatty content, you can have the pleasure of taking them as a snack. They contain around 150 kilocalories per 100 grams of monounsaturated fats, the good fats required to strengthen the natural armor of the body.

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Launching I love Olives From Spain

For a fourth year in a row, Olives From Spain targets India as a key market for international promotional campaigns. This time it starts the new Campaign in India hosting a Kitty Party for Delhiites ladies and foodies, food bloggers and journalists with curiosity for Spanish olives flavoured with Indian food with the twist of Spanish olives in them.

To celebrate its 4th year of activities in India as well as to celebrate having a new celebrity Chef on board, the Promotional Campaign by olives from Spain has started its activities this year hosting a Kitty Party to interact with a group of ladies, food bloggers and journalists, to show them how olives can play an important role in their cooking and snacking.

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