These typical Mediterranean little wild onions contain muscarina, which is an active ingredient that has a bitter taste and is useful to restore your intestinal balance. Not only they are perfect as side –dish for meat, but also served with bread, cheese and cold cuts.
Lampagioni, extra virgin olive oil, parsley, hot pepper, salt, white wine vinegar. Corrector of acidity: citric acid. Contains: 270 ml.
Lampascioni or lampagioni is the common name given to Muscari comosum, the so – called “cipolluzze di terra”. Very popular in south of Italy, especially in Apulia, they are harvested in this period. Their taste is a mixture of mushrooms, red fruits and asparagus (all of them belong from the same family). You can always find them on summer tables or in almost all supermarkets.