Preserved Fruits Blog

Why candied vegetables are a must have for your hotel, restaurant or catering business

best candied vegetables for professional useProfessional chefs are always on the look out for ways to innovate in the kitchen and one way in which this is made possible is by using candied vegetables for restaurants, hotels and catering establishments, in both sweet and savoury dishes. Lazaya offers a wide range of candied vegetables, from carrots, onions or olives to ginger and aubergine, all of which add surprising flavour to dishes made by the best chefs and master bakers across the globe.
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Amarena cherries: the star ingredient in ice cream, cakes and sweet dishes

Candied Amarena cherries for dessertsAmarena cherries are becoming more and more popular with professional chefs as an ingredient in a variety of products. These cherries have stand out features such as an acidic taste and a dark (almost black) colour which brings an elegant touch and a delicious twist when mixed with other ingredients.
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How to use candied onion in sweet and savoury dishes

candied onion in sweet and savoury dishesIn recent times candied vegetables have burst onto the scene, embraced by many professional chefs in their repertoire. The most popular of this range is candied onions given their versatility and the fact that they can be used straight from the tin. No preparation is required. Candied onions can be added to the dish straightaway, saving a lot of time.
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Discover the benefits of red cherries, top fruit of the summer season

usos de las cerezas en almíbarRed cherries are a celebrated summer fruit, favourites due to their freshness, vibrant red colour and extraordinary flavour. Harvesting is happening now, from the middle of May, and continues until the end of June. Fresh cherries are used by cooks and bakers in their dishes when cherries are in season, whereas throughout the rest of the year professionals find excellent alternatives in preserved cherries or cherries in light syrup.
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