Capers may be some of the smallest ingredients in your favorite dinner entrees, but they shouldn’t be underestimated. These tiny morsels are more powerful than they appear, in terms of both flavor and nutritional benefits.They are coming from a bush called caparis, cultivating in Turkey, Morroco and Spain. They are small green buds preserved in salt giving a burst flavor in dishes. They consist of 84% water and they are rich in vitamins and antioxidants. Capers leaves are also used in cooking especially in green salads or with tuna and fish.
TYPE OF FORM
Capers can be presented as whole.