Friariella- Rapini and hazelnuts cream - Masseria Antonio Esposito Ferraioli - Creams and Pates
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Friariella- Rapini and hazelnuts cream - Masseria Antonio Esposito Ferraioli - Creams and Pates

Friariella- Rapini and hazelnuts cream

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This product is a recipe created by Claudia Di Chiara, a Lazzarelle's chef,  and produced by Masseria Antonio Esposito Ferraioli.

Friariella is a cream made from rapini and hazelnuts, produced by Masseria Antonio Esposito Ferraioli, a property confiscated from the Camorra. It is located in Afragola, on the outskirts of Naples, and covers over 120,000 square meters, hosting more than 300 urban gardens, an orchard with 3,000 trees, and a forest of 1,000 trees. The confiscated property also includes an agricultural Masseria, which is currently undergoing a redevelopment project with funds from the PON Legalità program. Upon completion of the work, a shelter for women victims of violence will be established here. This condiment is made from a typical and delicious ingredient of Neapolitan cuisine, can be used to season pasta, rice, or served as a side dish for meats or fish. Its creamy texture and the distinctive flavor of rapini can add a touch of Mediterranean and slightly bitter taste to various dishes, while thanks to the presence of hazelnuts, the cream acquires a rich and buttery flavor typical of hazelnuts

 

This condiment can be used to season pasta, rice, or served as a side dish for meats or fish. Its creamy texture and the distinctive flavor of rapini can add a touch of Mediterranean and slightly bitter taste to various dishes, while thanks to the presence of hazelnuts, the cream acquires a rich and buttery flavor typical of hazelnuts. Net weight: 190g

Weight
190g
Region
Campania
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Masseria Antonio Esposito Ferraioli, is managed by a Temporary Association of Purpose composed of: Third Sector Consortium, Cooperative Man and Wood, Cooperative Giancarlo Siani, CGIL Naples and Sott'e'ncoppa Association.The territory of North Naples has seen archaic forms of Camorra organization move to illegal systems organized in an entrepreneurial way, which unfortunately still rage and control various economic sectors (drug trafficking, financing and conducting public contracts, illegal waste disposal). From Masseria Antonio Esposito Ferraioli they wanted to propose and implement a model of civil society that believes in the culture of legality and carries out its activities on confiscated assets with the explicit intention of returning the stolen goods of the clans to citizens. In addition to agricultural activity, Masseria Ferraioli carries out an important educational activity especially in the field of legality education, hosts training meetings with schools, has hosted the engagement and training camps organized by Libera, dedicates over 10,000 square meters to the important activity of urban gardens involving over 100 citizens.

It starts with the cultivation of confiscated land to create not only quality but social agriculture, which places the person and the community of reference at the center. The activities are aimed at involving the community, for the socio-cultural change of the territory and to make confiscated assets and common symbols and resources of communities free from the Camorra more and more. On the confiscated property of Afragola, they sow, cultivate and harvest while the transformation takes place in small highly qualified laboratories. 

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