(Olive) Branching Out!
Here at Nature’s Finest, we like to think of ourselves as a family, so naturally when we have a new addition, we feel the need to announce it!
We’ve (olive) branched out and expanded our current offering of potted fruit with a delicious new range – of Greek Olives from Nature’s Finest! Both versatile AND delicious, our olives come in two enticing varieties – Pitted Green and Red Pepper Stuffed.
Using traditional Chalkidiki green olives, grown in the same Greek orchards for generations, these easy to eat packs can be enjoyed as an anytime snack. And best of all, our olives are so naturally delicious in flavour that we don’t need to add anything else to them, making them free of artificial ingredients.
Not only do they make a delicious snack on-the-go, but they also make a fantastic addition to a wide-range of dishes and beverages.
So, in true Nature’s Finest fashion, we’ve rounded up a selection of ideas and popped them below! Keep reading to find out how you can take our olives to the next level.
O-love in the kitchen!
Olives are an extremely delicious ingredient to add to your cooking, and the Nature’s Finest olives are no exception!
- As we head into the colder months, why not create a beautifully warming casserole with a Mediterranean twist? This chicken stew with rich tomato, olive and caper sauce is the perfect winter pick-me-up and can be made in as little as 30 minutes! Why not add a zesty twist with a hint of lemon too! https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/chicken-olive-casserole
2. Entertaining guests? Nothing beats ‘snack food’ quite like a good dip! Whip up a delicious green olive tapenade using a mini food processor with our pitted green olives, lemon juice, garlic, salt & pepper and a little olive oil for the ultimate table centrepiece that your guests are sure to keep coming back to!
3. Save some of the tapenade from the previous step and you can even use it again in your cooking! Simply spread the dip on one side of a fillet of a white fish of your choice (cod is a great option) and wrap up in a parcel of tin foil before baking in the oven.
Serve with a fresh Greek salad and you’ll find it hard to believe you’re not vacating on a picturesque Greek island!