Giant Sweet Green Olives are born in Chalkidiki, a Greek peninsula near Thessaloniki, formed by three strips of land that stretch into the Aegean Sea. The olive tree has been a very important reference point for at least two centuries both for economic life and for the cultural traditions of the inhabitants of this area. They are olives characterized by a large fruit, with a fleshy and crunchy pulp and a delicately fruity aroma.
Legumes with Giant Sweet Olives
Soak the legumes overnight. The next morning cook them in abundant water and after cooking; prepare a sauté with celery, carrot and onion.
Cook the beans for about 20 minutes to allow everything to absorb the favour.
Place on a serving dish and garnish with chives and giant green olives.